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Optional SCS1-11 adaptor 

Qn-board battery backed duck/68882 Co-processor 

Instruction and data burst modes 

Mr -I 28MHz Viper -I 33-42MH/ 

PGA/PLCC, FPU upro 50MHz PGA/PLCC, FPU lipid 50MHz 

Bare Board .,.£11 5.95 Bare Board . . .£ I 69.95 

4MB Viper £249.95 4MB Viper . . . .£299.95 

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8MB Viper £41 9.95 8MB Viper . . . .£469.95 



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VIPER 68030 

68030 40MHz RC or 50MHi RC 
with MMU, RAM uptu 128MB, 
FPU-PGA only. 

Bare 40MHz £229.00 

4DMHz-4MB £379.00 

40MH7-8MB ...... £499.00 

Bare 50MHz ...... .£249.00 

SQMHz-4MB £399.00 

5DMHz-8MB £51 9.00 




POWER 1208 

• A1200 RAM board 
- PCMCIA friendly 
■ Uses 1x32 SIMM 

• Amiga Format Gold award 

• Expand upto 8MB 

2MB ..£139.00 

4MB .......£189.00 

smb.., .,..,.£329.00 




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33MHz FPU .,..,. .£50 4MB SIMM £139 

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50MHz FPU (PGA) .£ I 00 Other SIMMS £POA 

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All products have a 12 month warranty unlet! othvrwiic *pecifitd 

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floppy drive and allows you. to store a 
massive l.~(iMB on a high density 
disk. The A4000 internal drive fits 
perfectly underneath the original 
drive and no case cutting is required. 

EXTERNAL . .£89.95 

INTERNAL £85.00 

A4OQ0 INT, , £85.00 

POWER DRIVE 

The Power Drive now includes Blitz 
Amiga and Floppy Expander, free. 
Floppy Expander allows you to 
compress files on floppy disks by up 
to 50%. Other features include; Anti- 
Click, Anti- Virus, Isolation Switch, 2 
Year Warranty, Thru' port, Cyclone 
Compatible Chip, Backup Hardware 
and Blitz Compatible feature. 

EXTERNAL £49.95 

CYCLONE S/W ONLY ..£10.00 

INTERNAL DRIVES 

Our internal drives use the same drive 
mechanisms as the Amiga to ensure 
complete compatibility. 

PC88 1 A50Q £30.95 

PC882 A2000 , £30.95 

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modem cable and manuals included, NComm 
Telecommunications software. Auto dijl, Auto 
answer and leased line support. 

ACEEX v32 BIS 14,400 bps £1 69 

ACEEX v32 BIS FanPu 2O00 bps £229 

TRAPFAX Pal Modem Software . . .£49 



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AGA FLICKERFIXER 

Doubler II is a full 24-bit AC A Flicker 

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mnrlaGes all AGA scrmi mode* arid scan doubles 
Boa 'interlaced PAL, 'NTSC modes ro allow 
VGA monitor* to display them. Supports VGA 
only h S-VGA and Mukiscan monitor*, Pixel 

tturp pktute, even at 1440 horizontal resolution 
and has a Standard 15 pin VGA type connector. 
Comes, with composite video/S-VHS Outputs, 

SCANDOUBLER II £399 

TANDEM CD DE | 

This card, allows you to connect a CD-ROM 
drifr ro your Amiga 2000/3000/4000, SyquiSt 

and IDL HD's, Complete with cables., 
software and manual, ROM 2,04 or above, 



TOWER CASES 

The A 1200 Tower comes complete with 3 3 
■3.2!)" drive baj'Sj 5 * 3-5" drive bays, real rime 
clock, 5 u Zorro slots, 4 k PC slots and a key- 
board interface 

I Ik- A4O00 lower comes complete with 6 x 
5-25" drive bays, 5 * 3-5° drive bays, real time 

clock, 7 x. Zotro slots and 5 * I"C slots. 

Both lowers are easy to install. 

TOWER Al 200, .,£499 

TOWER A4000 ,£429 

EXTENDED KEYBOARD .£29.95 

PSU 230wa« .£99.95 

PSU 250wmf>«ilaWe3W) . .£1 29,95 



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APHIC SYSTEMS 



Maxigen 2 is a very high quality genlock tor 

over-laying graphics onto VHS or SVHS. Full 
hardware fades, colour composition controls and 
excellent keying quality. 

MAXIGEN 2 Genlock £299-95 





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SCSI-2 controller card for the Amiga 1 500/4000 
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which allows the Amiga to display 320a 200 N I -i 

262,144 colours simultaneously. The High Res; 320x512 PAL 

software can display images or animations ^20 x 400 NTSC 

created and saved with any other 24-bit OverjesuV 3S4 X 576 PAL 
P™B flm 334x482 NTSC 

Video Dae Ifl-bit plugs externally into Mas Ren 768.x: 576 PAL 

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262.144 colours. images m rhe following formats: IFF, 

1FF24, RGB and Anita, plus a series of 

Video Dae 18-bit is able to split the dithering modes to enhance the overall 

screen and display images/animations at qua]^ of the images, 
different resolutions ot colours at the 

same rime. VIDEODAC ...... ,£39.95 

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AURA 12/16-bil direct- to -disk sampler A600M 200 , £79.95 

MEG ALOSOUND ft-hii direct- to -disk sampler, all Amiga's ..... .£29.95 

VIDEOMA5TER AGA Realrime video with sound * stills A6M/1200 £59.95 
VIDEOM ASTER AGA RGB VideoMssrcr AGA plus ColourMasrer .£99.95 

VIDEOMASTER Realtime video with sound * iiilU A500/A5W+ £52.95 

VIDEOM ASTER RGB VideoMasrer plus ColourMasrer A5OOyA500+ £89.95 

COLOURMASTER RGB splitter for VideoMaster £52.95 

PROMIDI INTERFACE Amiga Midi inteifae £ I 9.95 

ICASSO ■ 

Picasso II is a 24-bir graphics card offering true recargetabte graphics on any Zorro based 
Amiga. Picasso teiolutions are available from the standard ScreenModes program, all 
useable by OS friendly programs. The new Chunky option offers incredible speed with a 

256 Workbench which is many times faster (ham AGA! All screens are stored in last 
RAM, removing 2MB Chip RAM limitations. PicassoMode allows the creation of custom 
screens quickly and simply. Picasso II comes with TVPaiiu Junior and drivers for 

ImageFX, Adfro, ImageMasrer, Real 3D and GIF. IFF, JPEG and MPEG viewers. Also 
included is the MainActor animation program, 

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CONTENTS 




CU AMIGA MAGAZINE • JULY 1995 



Cover Feature 



£ 



The New Amiga 20 

The Amiga was 
relaunched in Frankfurt 
on the 30th May 1 935. 
CU Amiga Magazine was 
there and we have a 
three page exhaustive 
report on the outcome of 
this most important 
event, including: a new 
30Mhz Amiga 1 300, a 
GOMhz A4O00T, plans for 
the next generation and 
the management team 
of the new Amiga j 

company revealed for 

the first time. 



Into the (Inter).net 26 1 Get Serious 



Your complete guide to get- 
ting on-line. The fascinating 
world of the Internet is 
completely demystified, as 
we explain how you can 
reap the benefits of the net 
from your Amiga. This 
feature was brought to by 
Messrs Dillon and Horgan. 



• Cinema 4D 



70 




A newcomer to th* 3D rendering 
race limber* up on the starting black*. 

LightWave 4.0 

The Amiga's top 3D animation system 
is nesting Version 4.0. What's in More? 

Directory Opus 5 76 

Everyone loves the file utility Directory 
Opus. Find out what'* new in Version 5. 

Photogenics 1.2 

The ground-breaking 24-bit paint software 
hot lot* of new trick* up it* sleeve. 

Scala MM400 

Presentation and video titling has never 
been so easy, 



Public Domain 



PD Scene 



89 



Stack* of games, d*mo» and oddities 
come under the microscope in the world's 
beet PD entertainment taction, 



PD Utilities 



93 



Get a load of all the neet utilities and 
applications from ttl* public domain. 
Get the most out of your Amiga far the 
price of a blank disk! 



LigtilWaic Q I'l 



Data 2 SO 

The database that think* it's a 
spreadsheet. Final Data 2 look* hot. 



• lO Out of lO 

Two educational programs ara pot 
though their paces: German and 
Structured Spelling. 




• CD-ROMS 



86 



Thousand* and thousands of megabyte* 
of data are reviewed in this month's 
spectacular round-up. 




CONTENTS 




Games 



PREVIEWS 



• Primal Rage 38 

B Movie monsters in WiP shocker! 



41 



Could this be Wing Commander for 
1995? Quite possibly ... 



• Wheelspin 41 

Skidmarks has spawned a clone from 

a new Italian programming teem. 

• Big Red Adventure 42 

Take a trip to Russia in this comical 
graphic adventure from Core Design. 

• Timekeepers 42 

Defuse ti nuclear bomb in the latest 
from the Valhalla people. 

• Gloom 44 

If you thought Fears looked good, take a 
gander at Gloom - the best Doorti clone? 

• Power Ho use 44 

Sim City meets the gas board in a game 
designed for would be moguls! 




REVIEWS 



ViroCop 48 

Andrew Braybrook and Graftgold are back, 
with a cute robotic shoot 'em up. 

Behind the 

Iron Gate 52 

Oh n* escaped robots are taking over the 
world. Dare we say 'another Doom clone'? 




• X Fighter 

No, it's not Star Wars, it's a CD32 beat 'em 
up with tons of characters and gameplay. 

• F1 Champion 54 

It's about time someone released a decent 
follow up to MicroProse GP. Here it is. 

• Tactical Manager 2 57 

And this month's foothatl management 
game is ... Tactical Manager 2. 




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Players Guides 



• Ultirnate Soccer 
Manager 58 

Take on the Premiership with our ever so 
handy guide. 

• Valhalla 2 - The Lord 
of Infinity 61 

Part one of our complete solution. Say 
hello to our little prince once more. 

• Bloodnet 64 

Get your last dose of blood as our 
solution reaches its final part. 



PRODUCT TEST 



Editorial 



Advertisers' Index 



At last, at long last the Amiga is about to go on sale again. 
All versions are lo be upgraded and a new machine is being 
researched for future release with a RISC processor This is no 
longer the stuff of dreams, of wishful thinking or of prediction. 
Amiga Technologies GmbH is the new purveyor of all goods 
Amiga and we have the first news from the Frankfurt re-launch 
on page 20. 

Bui what about our cover disks? Last month's tm$ge FX was 
going to be a hand show to follow but I believe that on this 
celebratory issue, one which marks a new departure for our computer of 
c ha ice, we have lived up to our reputation of giving you the best value for 
money deal available. With Adorage 2.0, a free video offer (and other money 
saving offers \, a full database and. for Al 200 and A4000 owners (sorry non- 
AGA users, we couldn't get an all machine version), the full game follow up to 
Team 17's Arcade Pool: Arcade Snooker. Until next month - enjoy. 
Alan Dykes. Editor 




News 20 

Hot from Frankfurt, we have all the latest news on Esccim's 
plans for tha Amiga. Find out exactly what they intend to do 
with your favourite computer, and what ths future- holds for 
us all. Has the Amiga been saved, or is it destined to become 
another page m history? Find out all on page 20. 

Fancy League Results - 

Month Three 1 24 

Just when the Fancy Football League ties got into its stride, 
it's all aver. The pike have risen above the sticklebacks (isn't 
that what they say an TV?). Find out which one you are. 



ProCalc 

Andy Leaninq takas a look at soma more of those 
common ProCalc problems. 



102 



Buyers Guide 103 

This month W» concentrate On setting up your awn 
home off tee. 

Graphics Masterclass 104 

Faking reality is now easier to do than ever before, 
Peter Lee shows how you can do it with your Amiga. 

Image FX 106 

Cinemorph is under the spotlight of this month's 
imago FX tutorial. Professional morphifig made simple. 

Subscriptions 1 08 

Save shoe leather and get your copy of CU Amiga 
Magazine delivered to your door every month. 

Directory Opus 11 

We get a bit deeper into our Directory Opus 4 tutorial 

with more pearls of wisdom from Andy Leaning. 

ProDraw 111 

Larry Hickmott shows how plain text con easily be 
transformed into elaborate banners. 

Questions and Answers 116 

The tech is department get stuck into another bag of 
your tricky problems. 

Frequently Asked Questions 118 

John Kennedy is back with another reel of those 
frequently asked questions. 

Q-r- A Masterclass 1 20 

Preparing and formatting a new hard drive can be a 
tricky business. Andre Digard has some pointers. 

Backchat 122 

You know what really gets my back up? No? Well 
take a look at Backchat and find out. 



Points of View 

What we want in the new Amiga is ... Alan Dykes 
puts his case for the new generation of Amiga*. 



130 



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Editorial 



EDITOR: Ainu 'How dn you play snooker?' Dykes 

DEPUTY EDITOR: Lisa "What's ths raw bloke like'' Cull ins 

TECHNICAL EDITOR: Tony 'Party season' Morgan 

ACTING ART EDITOR: Helen New shades' Danby 

DESIGNER: Anthunv in than* my ton' Collin* 

TECHNICAL CONSULTANT; John "Back home' Kennedy 

CONTRIBUTORS: Tony Dillon. Andy Leaning, Peter Lea. Andy Mitchell. Vampyra, 

Andre Digard, Norman Harris, Simon Coombs, Rik Skews, 

Martin Dawl«s r David Ca**idy r Larry HkkrnOtt, Rprry Attn), Mrrtr. Brighton. 

COVER ILLUSTRATION: Mirk Edwards 

ANNOYED AND IGNORED; Kelly in there that lass' Rogers and Rob McBride 

RE PRO AND SYSTEMS: Sarah- Jena Laavy and Nick Clarldge 

Advertising/Ma rketi rig & Management 

AD MANAGER: Justine 'Hillullmu!' Carlson 

DEPUTY AD MANAGER; Chris Git thi; titlit right' Prrmr.i 

AD PRODUCTION; Tina Gynn, Vicky Jacobs and Ryan Bound v 

PRODUCT MANAGER: Fiona Malloch 

HEAD OF MARKETING: Nigel Taylor 

PUBLISHING DIRECTOR: Graham Taylor 

PUBLISHING DIRECTOR; David Kelly 



Contacts 



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mo-nth, so try *0 lci*p your correspondence xhort and to tha point- Although we'd Iowa t0 r 
we simply cannot reply personally Id the hundreds of colls, letters, and f jkbs, we gat. 

Answers have to ba through the pagan of ihe magazine only. 

ADVERTISING AND ADVERTISING PROBLEMS 

If you urish to advertise, or have m problem with a company advertising in CU AMIGA our 
advertising team can help. Contact Chris Parara or Justine Carlson on CT 1-972 67O0, or 
fan them on 0171 Z 16 6219. or write 10 !hem at CU AMIGA Advertising, Priory Court, 30- 
32 FerHngdon Line London EClR 3AU. 

HEADERS' LETTERS AND TECHNICAL PROBLEMS 

For general, non-technical, enquiries sand your letters to Backchat, for technical! proclaim 
aethd them 16 QhA. Both are at CU AMIGA. Priory Court, 30-32 Farringdon Lane, LOnduh 
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PD SUBMISSIONS 

Wi gat hundreds ol naw PD programs every weak, but we're still hungry for mora. If 
you've written a PD program that you're proud of send it 10 [he PO ZONE. CU AMIGA, 
Priory Court, 30-33 Farrlngdon Lane, London EClR 3AU. 

COMPETITIONS 

CU AMIGA runs massive competitions almost every iaaua. To enter una of these simply put 
your name and address on the hack ol postcard, along with the answers and send Them la 

ua at tha usual address. Competition entries are only accepted by poet. On* entry per p#r« 
ion please and Ihe editor's decision it final. Winner* will be notified by pott, Other rules 
may be printed from time lo time, 

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COVER DISK PROBLEMS 

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AMIGA COVER DISK RETURNS. DISKXPRESS, UNIT 7, WILLOW COURT, BCURTON INDUS- 
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either electronic Or mechanical, without tha express written permission ol tha 

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From tne makers or sensioie soccer ana cannon 
Fodder comes the best golf game in ages. 

• Join up to eight friends and marvel at the gorgeous 
graphics and smooth scrolling scenery, 

• Play at any of 24 original courses. 

• Available for Amiga & PC. 




Interactive 
entertainment 



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New Features: 

• AGA Support (up to 
256 colours) 

• New effects 

• Faster rendering times 

• Improved interface 

Using your own pictures 

Adorage manages to get its animations playing 
smoother than usual thanks to a special trick. It takes 
advantage of a side effect of the Amiga's interlace 
mode (which changes the display very quickly to give 
the impression of double vertical resolution). This 
means that Adorage can only work with interlaced 
pictures. Unfortunately Adorage can't convert non- 
interlaced pictures itself, so if you want to use a stan- 
dard hi-res or low-res non-interlaced screen, you'll 
need to expand it vertically beforehand. This is easily 
done with programs such as DPaint and Image FX. 



It's the all new 2.0 AGA release 
of Adorage, complete and fully 
functioning. Now you can create 
stunning effects just like these! 







(forage 2.0 

a power- 
ful visual 
effects sys- 
tem, It's designed to 
add a professional 
edge to all your pre- 
sentations, whether 
that means a slick 
front-end to your latest 
game or demo, or a 
posh title sequence 
[ for your new video 
production. Unlike 
some other software, Adorage 
is incredibly easy to use, and 
you'll be generating those slippery 
wipes and special effects within 
minutes. For an idea of what you 
can do with Adorage 2,0. double 
click on the icon marked 
SSADemo in the Adorage disk 
window. This will play a pre-ren- 
dered sequence, showing how 
you can build up a complex ani- 
mation by combining a number of 
simple effects. 

Getting started 

Have a go at rendering an anima- 
tion by clicking on any of the 
effect buttons on the left of the 
screen. These are the ones 
marked with little patterns. Each 
effect has a number of options 
that allow you to customise it, so 
once you've clicked on an effect 
button, you'll be presented with 
an options panel. These options 
are generally Self-explanatory, 
offering different angles 
and directions. 

These effects also give you a 
number of choices ranging from 
'very coarse' to 'ultra fine'. This 
refers to the size and number of 




pieces into which the imaige will 
be broken during the animation, 
For example, selecting very 
coarse with an expl ode-type 




effect will cause the picture to 
fragment into large blocks, while 
an-ultra fine selection would lead 
to a spray of much smaUer 
pieces, Click on any of the option 
buttons, or just choose the 
default setting (which is highlight- 
ed in yellow). 

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selects the current default option. 

Next ycn/H be asked to specify 
a foreground image. Click on File 
Select, and a requester will 
appear, with the LogoJFF file 
from ibe Adorage disk already 
selected. Click on Load, and you'll 
see it appear on the screen. 

Click the left mouse button and 
you'll be presented with another 
options panel, Click on SSA 
Recording and the picture will be 
processed with your previously- 
chosen effect. This can take some 




time, depending on the speed of 

your Amiga and the complexity of 
the effect. 

Once it has rendered the 
sequence, you'll find yourself 
back at the main control panel. To 
watch the sequence, click on the 
Control button from the 
Animation section end then click 
on the Play button, You'll now see 
the first frame of the animation 
frozen on the screen, The rest of 
the animation will play when you 
click the left mouse button, This 
is especially handy if you're 
recording your sequences to 
video tape, in which case precise 
cuing is essential. 

Click the right mouse button 
to stop the animation and return 
to the Edit Animation panel. From 
here you can save the sequence 
to disk. 

Click on File and then Save to 
bring up a standard file requester, 
You'll need a pre-formatted floppy 



versus SSA 

You can render your animations in one of two formats; 
SSA or IFF SSA stands for Super Smooth Animation and is 
a format specific to Adorage (and its sister program 
Clarissa). You can't load SSA animations into DPaint and 
most other animation software but you can play them back 
using the ADOPlay utility on the Adorage disk. A DO Play 
can only be used from the CLI. Put it in your C directory, 
and enter: ADOPlay filename in which 'filename' is the name 

of your SSA animation file. 
The advantage of using SSA 
is that you'll generally get 
smoother playback than if 
you used an IFF form at. SSA 
animations are saved as sin- 
gle files. 

However, if you render your 
sequence as IFF, you've got 
complete compatibility with 
every other Amiga animation 
package. Adorage saves IFF 
animations as a series of IFF images, with incrementally 
numbered filenames (eg animlOOl, anim1002 etc). You 
can then load these into DPaint or a similar package, 
using the Load Picture option and defining a number of 
frames to load. To switch to IFF format, click on the Ado- 
Prefs button and then on the button marked Super 
Smooth Animation, which will change to read IFF Images. 
From this screen you can also set the path to which the 
images will be saved, by clicking on the Path for Saving 
IFF Images button. 



disk or hard drive space in order 
to save your animation. 

Further effects 

Now that you've got a simple ani- 
mation, how about expanding 
upon it? You should have a 
sequence in which your picture 
appears on the screen, so the last 
frame is the full picture. Now we 
can take that last frame and put it 
through another effect so that it's 
removed from the screen, Return 
to the main control panel, and 
click on the Out button from the 
Direction panel, This reverses the 
direction of the next effect, so 
that the image will break up over 
the course of the animation, 
rather than come together, as 
happened in the first effect. The 
point of this is that we want the 
logo to materialise on the screen, 
and then disappear. If you don't 
alter the direction, it will just 
appear once, disappear briefly 
and then appear again. 

Select another effect. Dick on 
one of the effect options (or use 
the default setting). Next you'll be 
asked to select the foreground 
image. This time, select From 




Animation, then Last Image. This 
will tell the program to use the 
last frame of the animation as its 
source for the next effect, Finally 
click on Previous Values, Activate 
Previous Centre and then SSA 
Recording. Now play the anima- 
tion as before, 

Miscellaneous 

If you booted from the Adorage 
cover disk (rather than a hard 
drive or Workbench) you may 
want to alter the positioning of 
the screen, in order to centre it on 
your display. This is done from the 
AdoPrefs screen. Click on the 
Screen Position button and the 
top of the screen. The pointer will 
change appearance and you can 
now move the screen around with 
the arrow keys. When you're 
happy with it, click the left mouse 
button, and select OK from the 
panel that appears, 

Spring intensity is a parameter 
used by many of the effects, and 
controls the rate of acceleration 
and deceleration during the anima- 
tions. Generally, a higher setting 
will cause the graphics to slide 
onto the screen quickly, and then 
complete the final 
stages of the 
transition more 
slowly. To save 
your preferences 
settings,, click on 
Save from the 
Pref Data button. 



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It's been a while since we've included any sound sam- 
ples on our cover disks, as space limitations have kept 
us from doing so. However, this month there's a small 
selection of highly useful sounds for you to get stuck 
into. You'll find them in a drawer cunningly entitled 
Samples. With so little free space on the disk, it's a 
case of quality rather than quantity- There's a cutting 
horn stab, suitable for anything from a big band jazz 
number to a full-on house stomper. Next we've got a 
distinctive bass sample to rattle your woofers. For use 
as a sound effect or in your music there's a telephone 
tone (you never know when it might gome in handy) 
and finally there's a funky carnival-style drum loop. 

All of the samples are in standard IFF format, for use 
with any Amiga music package lOctaME D, ProTracker, 
Music X, Bars and Pipes etc), or in fact anything that 
supports IFF sounds. All except the drum loop are sam- 
pled at 16KHz (C-3). The drum loop was sampled at 
around 21 KHz (E-3). 






Base 3.4 



Ohink of a database as a 
collection of cards. 
Let's assume that 
those cards contain 

details of members of your club. 
Each card would be headed with 
the member's name. It could then 
be followed by a number of other 
details (or fields}, such as address, 
telephone number, and any other 
relevant information. You could 
then access any of the cards fur 
records) by specifying a name, a 
postcode or any other detail. You 
can also amend the records and 
print them out at any time. 

Getting started 

See page 16 for full loading 
instructions. Before you load the 
PowerBase program, format a disk 
from the Workbench and label this 
PowerBase Data. You can use this 
to save out your database files. 

Once you've loaded PowerBase 
load one of the example databas- 
es, This will give you an idea of 
how the program presents the 
data, which will make things easier 
when it comes to creating your 
own database. Select Load a 
Database from the Project menu, 
Double click on the Example files 
drawer and then on any of the 
three files that appear in the 
requester. Have a look through the 
various records in the database by 
dragging the slider along the bot- 
tom of the screen with the feft 
mouse button (it's the black bar 
just above the VCR-style controls), 
Once you've got the idea r have a 
go at Starting your own. 

The database 

Select Create New Database from 
the Project menu. Answer Y for 
yes when asked. If you want to 
create a new database, press 
Return, You'll now be asked for a 
name for your database. This is a 
heading that will appear at the top 
of your database. Next you'll be 
asked to enter an additional com- 
ment to elaborate slightly on the 
title eg Classic TV programmes 
from the 60s. 

The next thing to do is define 



the field names, These are the cat- 
egories that will appear on each 
record or card. In the case of the 
classic TV example, your first field 
would be the name of the pro- 
gramme. This could be followed 
by any combination of fields, such 
as the date it was first broadcast, 
the actors or presenters, the genre 
and so on. You can have up to 20 
fields in each record. 

The number "I ' will be highlight- 
ed at first, Type in "Programme' 
and press Return. This has set the 
first field name to Programme. 
Now you need to define the width 
of the field, or in other words, how 
many letters you'll be allowed to 
type into the Programme slot (60 is 
the maximum). Click the left 
mouse button on the left and right 
arrows at the bottom left comer of 
the panel to change the field 
width, Now you can move onto 
the next field name. Press Return, 
and click on the figure 2 in the list 
Now type in the second field name 
(Genre for example} and press 
Return. Alter the field width once 
again. Use a high value to be on 
the Safe side. You can go back and 
alter the field width later, but it can 
mess up the whole database, so 
it's not advisable. Continue this 
procedure until you've entered as 
many fields as you need, then click j 
on Continue. 

Records 

Enter the details of your first 
record into the blank spaces. Once 
you've done that, a new blank 
record will be created, Use the 
slider at the bottom of the screen 
to move to this new record and 
enter the next lot of details, When 
you want to save your database, 
insert your blank formatted disk, 
and select Save a Database from 
the Project menu. Warning: if you 
see a red and blue window enti- 
tled System Request, do not click 
on Cancel, as the program is likely 
to crash and all your un-saved data 
will be lost, Insert the disk that it 
asks for and everything should 
return to normal. 

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which was released last 
summer, you'll love 
Arcade Snooker. And it's 
all yours ... 



You may notice ... 

Although the label on your Arcade 
Snooker disk clearly states that this game 
is for A1200/A4000 only you may notice 
an earlier version of the same label print- 
ed on the front cover of the magazine 
after you have removed the disks. This says 'For all 
Amigas', Well it isn't, just in case you've been con- 
fused by this conflicting piece of information. As 
I usual we reserve the right to make last minute 
changes to the information contained in this maga- 
zine, and this was a pretty unavoidable one since the 
final version of the game we received was, unlike 
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WARNING: ARCADE SNOOKER 
HAS NO SAVE OPTION. 

Do not try to save a game, especially 
when your disk is un- write protected! 

You should have already made a copy of your disk. Do not 
use the original. If in any doubt consult our disk loading 
instructions on page 16. 

While playing the game you'll notice that there is a save 
game option which appears to work but, search as you 
might, you'll never be able to find the load-in feature. 
Furthermore, if you do try to save a game and un-write pro- 
tect your disk to do so you will corrupt it. The next time 
you load it you will get an error message stating that there 
is a checksum error on block 22. That will be your saved 
game, your disk will be unusable and you will have to go 
back to the master disk to play again, 

Because Arcade Snooker is based on the Pool game but 
has been written differently and conforms to different rules 
the save option was considered inappropriate, and damn 
hard to do by Team 17, so they cut it out. Because we 
rushed them to give us the game, they didn't have time to 
delete the option from the menu. So it's our fault. 



Ball scores: 




Red: 1 

Yellow: .2 
Green: .,3 
Brown: ..4 

Blue: 5 

Pink: © 

Black: ...7 



Penalty 
points 

In general a foul shot 
will give your opponent 
a number of points 
depending on the ball 
you were intending to 
hit or pot. For example, 
if you had nominated 
the Pink, and acciden- 
tally potted the white, a red or any lesser colour, or missed 
altogether, or hit a lesser colour first, your opponent would 
gain 6 points. If during this shot you accidentally hit the 
Black ball first, or potted the Black, then 7 points would go 
to your opponent. 

Foul shots involving a red or the Yellow, Green or Brown 
ball would see you opponent gain 4 points, as 4 points is 
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The idea is to rack up maximum points 
by potting the red and coloured balls. 
Vou start off by sinking a red ball. If 
you miss then the other player gets a 
shot. Once you have sunk a red ball 
(which stays in the pocket it has fallen 
into] you must then try to sink a 
coloured one, which will give you extra 
points - minimum for the Yellow and 
maximum for the Black. The total 
points for each bait is listed below. If 
you fail to sink a coloured ball then 
your opponent goes on to try to sink a 
red ball, followed by a coloured one. If 
you do sink the coloured ball it is then 
placed back on the table and you can 
continue by trying to sink another red 
ball, then a coloured and so on. 

The player to sink the last red ball 
gets a shot at any of the colours. After 
this. shot, the coloured ball is replaced 
(if it was potted), and now the colours 
must be potted in the following order, 
once again points are added up: Yellow, 
Green, Brown, Blue, Pink and finally 



How to play 

The player interface is simple enough to mas- 
ter: if you have seen Arcade Pool you'll already 
know what it's all about. Arcade Snooker is a 
mouse operated game and once you load it up 
you will be presented with a cursor and menu. 
New Game is just that: you can play a new- 
game, The next bar will have Snooker written 
on it. which is the full game. Clicking on this 
changes the game to either Speed Snooker, a 
game against the clock where you have to pot 
as many balls as possible, or Trick Snooker 
where you can practice shots by moving the 
ball around the table, or set up all manner of 
'trick' shots and try them out. 

At the beginning of a game, to move the 
white cue ball within the semi-circle simply 
place the cursor over it and left click the 
mouse. This will bring up a hand cursor with 
which you can grab the ball and move it. The 



Black. If, while doing this you acciden- 
tally hit another colour before the cor- 
rect one, or pot one of the other 
colours on the table your opponent is 
awarded a shot and the value of the 
ball, ie, if you are trying to pot the 
Yellow but you pot the Brown or hit it 
before the Yellow, your opponent will 
receive 4 points and start playing again. 

Snooker is all about strategy. To pot 
a colour after a red you have to line the 
ball up properly or you will lose the 
advantage. However, because it is all 
about points, snookering or making it 
virtually impossible for the other player 
to score is also equally important. If 
there are not enough points on the 
table, you should 'snooker" your oppo- 
nent to try to force a foul shot (which 
will incur a penalty to your advantage). 
A snooker occurs when there is no 
clear path between the white ball and 
the nominated colour or red ball. In 
this way you can rack up enough 
points to win. 



same technique is used for moving all of the 
balls in Trick snooker. 

Once you have the ball positioned, left click 
once away from the ball and place the target- 
ing cursor which appears on the table on the 
ball you are aiming for, This will give the ball 
its targeting information. Then move the cur- 
sor down to the right hand side of the screen 
to the white ball and the power gauge, Click 
on what part of the ball you want the cue to 
hit (a little dot will show you the new position), 
for various types of shot (screw, topspin and 
side) and then select the amount of power you 
want to use. 

Finally, once you're sure you have every- 
thing fight click on the right mouse button and 
the shot will be taken. Simple. If you want to 
see an action replay, click on replay, if you 
want to quit the current game click on New or 
Quit Save, as mentioned in the boxout, does 
not work. Mo re's the pity. 




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In the Player Setup screen, you can change 
player names to whoever you want while the 
default players consist of Team 17 members 
and various well known journalists from the 
games industry. Try Tony Dillon for a laugh. To 
change them to your name simply click on the 
end of the bar to change it to Player 1 , then 
click on the bar itself to bring up a red cursor. 
then change the name to whatever you want. 

In the General Options screen you can 
adjust sound, cursor outline and the friction of 
the surface of the table, Although there is a 
colour change option heTe, Team 17 decided 
not to implement this in the game because a) 
unlike pool, snooker is only played on a green 
table and b) because of the colour palette 
used the various balls would clash with the 
baize, ie you would find it very difficult to see 
all the red balls on brown baize. Thus this fea- 
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Make a back-up copy of you f 
cover disks before you do any- 
thing. This will save you endless 
trouble if you erase or damage 
your disks. 

If you aren't sure about how 
to make a back-up just follow 
our gukle to the right. Make sure 
to rename your back-up disks to 
match the originals. 

For example, the copy of 
Adorage 2.0 will be automatical- 
ly renamed Copy of Adorage 2,0 
by the Amiga. Use the Rename 
option from the Workbench 
menu, deleting the 'Copy of pre- 
fix'.' This is absolutely essential, 
as parts of the program will not 
work otherwise. 



ck-up is easy 

1 . Take a spare blank disk 

2. Boot with your Workbench disk 
and load the Shell program. This 
can be found in the System 
drawer double click on it. 

3. Now type in the following line 
and press Return: 

diskcopy frcm dfQ; to dfO: 

4. You'll now be prompted to 
insert the source disk (111, 112 
etc), After a few minutes you'll be 
asked to insert your blank disk. On 
some Amigas you'll have to swop 
disks several times, 

5. Once finished type in the fol- 
lowing, and then press Return: 
endcli , 

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WRITE PROTECT YOUR DISKS 

Before you do anything, write protect your cover disks. 
Cover disk 111 must be write protected before you begin 
the decompression process, otherwise you may overwrite 
the original data. Disk 112 does not need to be write 
protected, but it's a good idea to do so anyway as a 
precautionary measure. 

Adorage 2.0 

Adorage has been compressed in order to fit it onto cover > 
dish 111. Before you can use it you'll need to decompress 
it onto a separate disk. Have a spare disk to hand, and 
label it Adorage. This disk must be write enabled (with 
the tab in the closed position) while the original cover 
disk should be write protected. 

Insert disk 111 into the internal floppy drive and switch 
on your Amiga. A Workbench screen will load, showing an 
icon marked CU 111. Double click on this, and then dou- 
ble click the icon marked Adorage. After a short while, 
you'll be asked to insert a blank disk. At this point, 
replace the cover disk with the blank disk labelled 
Adorage, and press Return. 

Swop the disks back again when asked to do so. You 
can now go onto decompress the PowerBase disk, or re- 
load with your Adorage disk. 

To load Adorage, either insert the Adorage disk and 
reset the Amiga, or boot from Workbench or a hard drive. 
Then double click on the Adorage disk icon, followed by 
the Adorage program icon. 

To install Adorage to a hard drive, boot from your hard 
drive, and then drag the HDlnstall icon to the part of the 
hard drive where you want Adorage installed. Then by 
double clicking on this icon you will now start up the 
installation process. 

PowerBase 

PowerBase also needs decompressing before use. Insert 
cover disk 111 into the internal floppy drive and switch 
on your Amiga. Now double click on the CU 1 1 1 icon, fol- - 
lowed by the PowerBase icon. 

When asked to insert a blank disk, swap the cover disk 
for a blank write-enabled disk labelled PowerBase and 
press Return. Swop the disks back again when asked to 
do so. 

To load PowerBase, insert the PowerBase disk into the 
internal drive and reset the Amiga. To install PowerBase 
onto your hard drive, double click the HDlnstall icon and 
follow the instructions. 

Arcade Snooker 

Arcade Snooker is an autobooting disk. All you need to 
do is put it into the internal floppy drive and turn on your 
Amiga. Arcade Snooker is compatible with AGA Amigas 
only {A 1200 and A4000). 

NB: You can not save a game in Arcade Snooker, If you 
click on save game it will say that it is saving the game, 
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The Amiga was officially re-launched by German 
manufacturer and retailer Escom on May 30th 
1995. We held up the printing presses, bribed 
newsagents and took publishers hostage to bring 
you this report by Alan Dykes, our man in Frankfurt ... 



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Omiga Technologies GmbH is the 
new title of a brand new company, 
set up by Escom to market, develop 
and manufacture the Amiga, It's 
going to be based in Germany, with additional 
hardware research and development staff in 
Philadelphia in the USA, software development 
support staff in the UK and distribution head- 
quarters in Holland. 

This was announced at a press conference 
in Frankfurt on the 30th May, presented by top 
representatives from Escom and the new 
Amiga Technologies GmbH (this is an abbrevia- 
tion similar to Ltd, for limited company here in 
Britain). The General Manager, Distribution 
Manager, Product Development Director and 
Engineering Director are all from the old 
Commodore organisation, though none of 
them had a kind word to say for the company 
that went broke just over a year ago, 
The new General Manager Petro 




Tyschtschenko was with Commodore in 
Germany for twelve years rising to Director 
International Material Management and 
Logistics, his new role will be to co-ordinate 
the resourcing, manufacturing, R-rD. licencing 
and sales of the current. range of Amigas and 
any future development. Dr. Peter Kittel will 
already be familiar to users of the internet as 
over the last month he has released several 
fire fighting statements and press releases on- 
line. Having been with Commodore for 10 
years he is now the man charged with the 
future development of the Amiga and will head 
up the R^D and support departments at the 
new Amiga Technologies headquarters in 
Bensheim in Germany. 

Bernard Van Tienen, whom we interviewed 
in the May issue of CU Amiga Magazine when 
we scooped the story about Escom's bid was 
originally head of Commodore in the 
Netherlands and is now in charge of Escom 



and Amiga Technologies' 
international production and 
distribution, as well as overseeing 
Escom UK and several key 
European countries, 

There are still two Americans 
on the Amiga management team, 
at least one of whom will be 
familiar to Amiga magazine read- 
ers - Jeff Frank. Jeff was with 
Commodore for eight years and 
his last job was Director of 
Technology at the famous lor 
infamous) Norristown develop- 
ment headquarters. Escom have 
taken over and are maintaining 
this facility and Jeff Frank contin- 
ues on in the same role for Amiga 
Technologies, The other American, 
Ed Goff is the legal eagle, who will 
be in charge of maintaining all the 
patents and copyrights, contract- 
ing third party development deals 
and licencing. 



New 




The CD32 is proving to be the 
most difficult prospect for produc- 
tion and sale, and although 
General Manager Retro 
Tyschtschenko claimed that they 
hope to get it back on the shelves 
by Christmas Manfred Sehmitt 
was less optimistic. He even went 
so far as to say that with the new 
Ss-y Playstation (and Sega Saturn) 
becoming available, a rethink, of 
the design and capabili- 
sof theCD32 might 
be in order, to increase 
its competitiveness 
against the new 
formats. This could set 
the refease date back to 
sometime next year. 

They were keen to 
stress the importance of 
the CD32 to the future 
Amiga Technologies 
intends to use the CD32 

>e basis for a low 
cost platform to sell and 
licence to cable and on- 
line entertainment and 
information companies 
10 use as TV set-top 
boxes. These will be able to play 
games, movies, be connected to. 
the TV enabling the owner to par- 
take in interactive programming 
and go on-line in the Internet 
in an easy to access living 
room environment. 

The fact that the CD32 was 
available and relatively cheap to 

..facture was one of the origi- 
nal reasons why Escom was so 
interested in Commodore. 



A1200 and A4000T: 
On sale and upgraded 

In September, the A4O0OT. will go back on sale. They have dropped the 
old stylo A40OO for the machine which Commodore only managed to 
produce 1000 of before going into liquidation and halting production 
Escom have already got 25,000 firm orders for the A4000T in Europe 
and the USA ail of which will be fulfilled by Christmas 

The big news on this high-end front is that Amiga Technologies have 
signed a l.cence deal with Phase 5 to use their Cyberstorm expansion 
board version of the Motorola 68060 as the basis for the A40O0T, and 
this version will gg on sale before Christmas. This has the new 60 Mhz 
processor, the last of the 69000 series, with storming performance 
However because Escom are stilf testing the water for sales and toolinq 
up for production there is likely to be a waiting list for these machines 
so order rf you have the cash, but don't hold your breath for delivery' ' 
More good news was waiting for the Amiga 1200 and CD32 The 1200 
will be back on sale by the autumn, with a new bundled software pack 
for which Escom are about to enter negotiations with software houses' 
They have already signed up Scala MM300 for all new Arnigas (see our 
review of MM400 on page 79) and AmigaDOS 3.1 will be standard 

Although a price pomt has not been set for the re-launched 1200 
Manfred Sehmitt, Escom's chief executive told CU Amiga Magazine 
that he would like to see a machine for the home market retailing at 
around one third of the price of their current PC range, The cheapest 
current Escom PCs sell for just over £600 plus VAT, and if he is serious 
this could mean that the Al 200 will go on sale including VAT for an 
unprecedented sum of under £250. 

Manfred Sehmitt, Bernard VanTienen and Petro Tyschtschenko 
were all eager to stress that the new Amiga Technologies will operate 
with as low an operating overhead cost as possible, relying on low 
cost manufacturing and distribution, this being the key to low retail 
prices. Also, rather than selling them solely through Escom outlets 
(they have converted the former Rumbelows chain into Escom shops) 
they will continue to rely on current distributors in a further effort to 
keep prices and overheads to a minimum. They were reluctant to 
announce any official prices at Frankfurt though, because distribution 
deals still have to be worked out. 





A Hgifttd SctiRito, Chief Enecuiive. Esemii: "TSb Amiga 
i-s ■still a wt<t efficient and JnHpeistK cgmjMJtor". 



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The A1200 is due to be improved 
early next year with an EC030 
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cards, while a CD-POM drive 
becomes a distinct possibility too. 
Because of their PC multimedia 
experience and the knowledge 
that CD is the games platform of 
the moment they are considering 
this very seriously. Also, because 
of the processor upgrade from an 
EC 020 to the 030, Manfred 
Sehmitt let slip that this machine 
is at least under development with 
the title of A1300. So fans of the 
fictional A1400 now have some- 
thing concrete to talk about 

According to Escom there will 
be no problem sourcing the neces- 
sary microprocessors for new 
Arnigas despite many reports of a 
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Amiga continue to use their chips, 
since their current customer base 
solely consists of Apple and IBM 
and they very much like the idea 
of another competitor in the mar- 
ket buying and using their chips 
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What is a 
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One of the most frequent has been 'Set 
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ing this. All it is is a computer or con- 
sole designed to be part of the TV enter- 
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A new Amiga is definitely on its way within the next two 
years. Speaker after speaker praised the Amiga's operat- 
ing system, multitasking ability and workbench manage- 
ment. As a cheap but very capable people's computer 
some of them went so far as to liken the Amiga home 
computer revolution to the WV Beetle's success. In recog- 
nition of its strengths they are investigating porting 
AmigaDOS to other computers as well as developing 
Amiga Environment Emulators' for the PC and Apple Mac. 

In terms of the new Amiga itself it will most likely 
become available with either a development of the 
Motorola PowerPC chip or the HP PA RISC processor as 
its core CPU. The possibility of resurrecting the AAA chipset from trie drawing board was also 
cited by Dr. Kitte-I as one approach to developing the new machine as this has already had a lot 
of work put into it. Gut he refused to be drawn on whether it will definitely be used or not. 
Newer Amigas can also be expected to have crossover Mac and PC abilities, just like the Mac is 
now available with a PC operating system in tandem with its own. 

A new workbench version is a certainty though, as is a new machine design and a more mod- 
ern, professional look. In fact one of the lighter moments of the conference was the appearance 
of Bjsrn Rybakken from a company called Bates Strategic Design who presented, using visuals, 
lighting effects and music, a vision of the modern Amiga and a new Amiga logo, pictures of 
which you can see below. 

There are also plans to keep spare parts available to current Amiga users through a spare 
parts control service in Bcnsheim, Germany and when brand new RISC Amigas are released 
(which is unlikely to be for at least 1 6 months, the A4000T 060 and the A1300 are intended to fill 
the gap) Amiga Technologies will attempt through emulation to make sure that they are as back- 
ward compatible as possible with the thousands of titles currently available for Amigas, 

Overall, the conference was positive. The re-launch of the current A1200 was greeted with 
enthusiasm, but the completely upgraded version, which is what we really wanted to hear, was 
even better, despite that fact that it will inevitably cost more, This commitment along with the 

one to upgrade the CD32 and 
only produce the vastly more 
expandable A4000T showed a 
desire to make the Amiga better 
and more competitive, not just in 
price but also in capability. 

Escom plan to make their 
nitial purchase money back by 
tie spring of 1996 and turn over 
about 100 million Deutchmarks 
IE45M) worth of Amiga business 
by the end of the year Manfred 
Schmitt told CU Amiga Magazine 
that a turnover similar to 
Commodore's 500 million 
Deutchmarks (£225m( would not 
be out of the question in a oou 
pie of years time, at which stage 
the Amiga will have become a 
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Dell. At that stage they confirmed their interest in the Commodore name as a strong PC 
brand, but quite how trie Amiga woutd fit into their overall strategy has been uncertain. 
Manfred Schmitt, Escom's chief executive was keen to emphasise that the acquisition of the 
Amiga now means that Escom has become a multimedia company rather than just a PC retailer able 
to take advantage of the growth of "Pay-TV Video On Demand, Home Banking. Home Shopping and 
on-line services'. Amiga technology will enable Escom to give users a "cost efficient way to access all 
these new services". In line with these expectations they are aiming to licence the Amiga's core tech- 
nology to third parties for use in tv set top interactive boxes and other related goods. 

Claiming that 93 percent of all PC users still recognise Commodore as a strong brand name 
Escom are attempting to do what Commodore itself failed dismally at three years ago and are 
launching Pentium 75 and 100 PCs under the brand name, which will no longer be associated with 
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Connecting up 

There are a number of 
ways vou can set yourself 
up to access the Internet. 
We'll go into detail a little 
further on, but for now, 
here's a typical example; of 
how you might choose to 
set yourself up. 

• Buy a modem, capable 
of 14,000 or higher 
transfer rates 

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371 1234) 

• Demon sends software to 
get you connected 

• Install the software 

• Dial into Demon 

• Run your software (sup- 
plied by Demon) 

• Use FTP to get a pro- 
gram called Magic User 
Interface from Ami net, 
and AMosdic from 
ftp://max.physfC5.sun 
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Of you've looked in any 
popular magazine or 
newspaper, switched 
on the TV at any given 
point of the day, or simply 
glanced across the magazine 
shelves, you will have noticed the 
Internet. Dubbed everything from 
the information superhighway to 
the virtual horneworld of geeks 
, and spanners, the .net - as it is 
known to its friends - has finally 
hit the mass market. Every major 
company now sports an E-mail 
address as part of their advertis- 
ing and almost every social gath- 
ering seems to be full of talk of 
r 'surfing', 'skimming the net' and 
so on. 

To the uninitiated, all this hype 
and furore must make the Internet 
look like the most amazing, 
incredibly exciting experience on 
the face of the planet, Forget 
Space Mountain, forget Nemesis, 
for thrills and spills, switch on 
your modem. But that's not really 
the kind of excitement the 
Internet offers. 

What the Internet actually is, 
however, is the greatest advance 
in communications this planet has 
seen since the invention of the 



telephone. This may sound like a 
very bold statement, but you have 
to admit it starts to look impres- 
sive when you think that it gives 
you the capability to access infor- 
mation on almost anything you 
can think of, chat in real time to 
people all over the globe, send 
any kind of digital information - 
images, sounds, text files, dia- 
grams and so on - instantly to 
any other part of the world, join 
debates and conferences with like 
minded people from all around 
the globe and download all the 
free software you could ever 
want all for the cost of a local 
call. Howzat? As fan Botham 
would say. 

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hype in the major press, you can't 
help but notice that almost all of 
the coverage seems to be geared 
toward PC owners, who, along 
with Apple Macophiles, have 
access to native versions of 
Netscape and NCSA Mosaic, the 
two main Web Graphical Browser 
that form the well known visual 
part of the Internet (don't worry 
about the terminology - all will be 
explained later on). You could be 
forgiven for thinking that the 
Amiga doesn't get a look in, but 
fear not as Web browsers and full 
Internet access are readily avail- 
able for the Amiga. 

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and get moving, a little explana- 
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What's It All About, Archie? 

The Internet is an unbelievably massive place and without 
a little help, you're going to find yourself stuck or lost in 
no time at all. That's why there are two little programs 
incorporated into many Web sites to help you, known as 
'gophers' and 'archies'. An 'archie', or Internet Archive to 
give it its full title, is a catalogue of other Web sites. You 
can use a 'find' option with these archies to pick out Web 
sites that may be of particular interest to you. When you've 
found one you want to investigate, the 'gopher' will take 
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connected around the world via 
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their resources to your own ends, 
if you have ever used a bulletin 
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already know how this kind of 
thfng can work. Mow imagine that 
your local bulletin board has 
access to a thousand other hard 
drives around the world, which 
you can download software from 
through your local board, and 
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Realtime Conversation 

Over 25 million people are currently estimated to he 
connected to- the Internet. These people come from all walks 
of life and from all over the globe. Thanks to Internet Relay 
Chat (IRCr you can talk to them in one-to-one or conversa- 
tions or group discussions. This system lets you type 
messages in real time to any number of other people in a 
closed conversation, discussing any topic you care to think 
of, and there are hundreds of conversations going on at any 
one time. The best way to use IRC is with the Amiga pro- 
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E-mail, or Electronic Mail, is the most popular use of the 
Internet, and it isn't hard to see why. E-mail can act just 
like a computerised telegram service, but it's capable of so 
much more. You can send anything via E-mail, so long as it 
can be converted into digital information. This includes 
pictures, sounds, movies, documents and of course com- 
puter software. This has been possible for years, since the 
dawn of modems, but Internet has given it a new twist. 
Now you can E-mail anyone else in the world (providing 
they're wired up too) by simply quoting their E-mail 
address, which makes the whole process so much quicker, 
easier, and cheaper than it used to be. 



version of the Internet right there, 
but of course there is much, 
much more than that going on. 

Text vs WWW 
Graphics 

There are two methods of Internet 
access, The simplest is through a 

text-only link, using a service such 
as CIX (Cornpulink Information 
exchange), Delphi or Aimac. CIX 
is a bulletin board that also acts 
as an Internet 'gateway'. You can 
access parts of the internet via 
this gateway, but you won't be 
able to get at those attractive 
World Wide Web (WWW) sites, 
Anyone with an account with CIX 
{or similar Internet gateway 
provider) can go straight through 
to the Internet with normal 
comms software {such as 
NComm), and a simple typed 
command (eg. Go Internet). This 
will let you send international E- 
mail, and download free data and 
software from FTP sites around 
the world. Unfortunately this 
method can be rather long-wind- 
ed, as anything you download 
must first be downloaded to the 
CIX bulletin board, and then to 
your Amiga from there, which 
doubles file transfer times. 



Don't Forget... 

Don't forget FidoNet, the 
network of Bulletin Boards 
all over the world. FidoNet 
is totally free to use and 
offers similar E-mail and file 
facilities to the Internet. Call 
you local BBS for more 
details on how to take part. 



However, if you're to get the 
most from the Internet, you should 
really get set up for WWW access,] 
in which case you'll need some 
extra software, and an account 
with an Internet 'middle man' such! 
as Demon, Demon are recom- 
mended particularly to Amiga 
users, as they can offer software | 
and services particular to the 
Amiga. Many alternative compa- 
nies are geared towards PC users. 
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Choosing A Provider 

In our examples here we've selected CIX and Demon 
Internet as Internet providers, but there are others. Demon 
Internet are the largest Internet providers in the UK and 
charge £10 per month for unlimited access- If you choose 
to shop around, there are a few main points to check for. 
Some providers (such as Demon Internet) will supply Amiga 
users with the appropriate software, but don't expect the 
same service from all providers. Differing prices will he 
charged for initial connection and subsequent Internet 
access. Also check that there is a local Point of Reference. 
This is the phone number your modem will ring each time 
you use the Internet, so in order to keep your phone bill as 
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public domain libraries for around 
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You can then send off your regis- 
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version of the program. Now you 
need an account with CIX. Phone 
them on 0181 390 B446, and 
they'll tell you everything you 
need to know about setting up an 
account With your CIX account 
sorted out, it's just a matter of 
logging on r and entering 'Go 
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World Wide 
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If you haven't got access to Web 
sites, you're missing out on an 
enormous part of what makes the 
Internet so special. The World 
Wide Web is a system that allows 
navigation around the Internet 




with a civilised graphical interface. 
You don't have to learn roams of 
confusing commands and codes. 
The hardest thing is setting up 
your system. From then on it's 
plain sailing. Here we'll expand on 
the brief 'Connecting up' panel 
from page 27. 

We'll assume you've got your 
Amiga and a modem capable of 
14,000 or higher baud rates. The 
next thing you need is an account 
with an Internet provider, such as 
Demon, Phone Demon on 0181 
371 1234 and enquire about set- 
ting up an account for Internet 
WWW access, They'll fill you in 
on what needs to be done. Follow 
their instructions, and soon you 
should receive some software. 
Install this software according to 
the instructions. Now run the soft- 
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Tell Me More About Ani.net 

Aminet is the ultimate collection of Amiga software: you 
have probably seen or used the CDROMs of the same 
name, which are taken from the on-line archives at regu- 
lar intervals 

You can use either the World Wide Web (via AMosaic) 
or a text-based FTP tool (for example, ncftp which comes 
with AmiTCP). Here are the Web addresses to try: 
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Germany 
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Germany 
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Germany 
ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de 

Germany 
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Germany 
ftp.uni-oldenburg.de 

Scandinavia 
ftp.luth.se 

Switzerland 

ftp.eunet.ch 

Switzerland 

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USA (CAJ 
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Demon. So far you will only have 
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grows every day. Here like minded users can post messages 
in response to other messages they read in the debate, 
which are in turn responded to and the debate grows, and 
most of them make for very interesting reading. Topics 
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everything you could want to 
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The opposite of the above is just 
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see left}, which features cutting 
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most pointless web sites there 
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the sounds he hears coming from 
the apartment above his own, and 
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this is the kind of thing you would 
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!f a prise could be given for most 
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You can join in live chat sessions 
with the band and other fans and 
send digital postcards to friends 
on the net. It looks fantastic, is 
very easy to move through and 
has a lot of fun things in there. 

The OJ Files 

As you will come to find out as 
you work through the Internet, a 
large proportion of it is currently 
based in the US, and so one of 
the most popular Web sites 
around has to be the extremely 
professional OJ Simpson site (see 
Usenet for plenty of OJ stuff). 



which documents all the happen] 
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a full background on the story, 
photos, profiles of everyone 
involved and an extremely livery 
conference forum where the g> 
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for themselves whether OJ is 
innocent or not. A little morbid, 
perhaps, but still fascinating. 

In Conclusion 

The Internet is far too large a 
place to ever give a fair indicatic 
of on these seven pages. Inde* 
if you've seen any of the Intern* 
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that those 600 page plus publici] 
tions are the only real way to fin 
out exactly what there is to see. 
These sites should serve as a fa 
starting point, however, and the - 
Yahoo site will take you through 
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Our reporter gained an exclusive interview 
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I'm pleased to see 
that ScreenScene 
this month is almost 
as big as the July 
1994 issue's. We've 
got six great pre- 
views of the games you can expect 
to see in the coming months and 
the second part of our Work In 
Progress of Primal Rage, the latest 
coin-op conversion to be handled 
by past masters Probe. In the 
reviews section ViroCop, from 
Graftgold, is an office f ave. 

You won't have bought 
the magazine this month 
without noticing our first full 
game on the cover disk. Forget PD 
games or re-releases, we secured 
this full NEW title from Team 1 7 to 
keep you happy. 

And so to the Amiga Technologies 
GmbH relaunch. At the moment 
most software houses aren't 
even aware of it. We'll make 
sure they are and that's 
a promise! ' M 

Alan «* 
Dykes. 







PREVIEWS^ 

• Primal Rage 

• Star Crusader 41 

• Wheelspin 41 

• Big Red Adventure 

• Timekeepers 

JSj^* Gloom 44 

• Power Ho use 44 

REVIEWS 

• ViroCop ....... 48 

• Behind the Iron Gate 52 

• X Fighter 53 

• F1 Champion 54 

• Tactical Manager 2 57 



PLAYERS 

GUIDES 

t Ultimate Soccer Manager . .58 

t Valhalla 2 61 

• Bloodnet 62 




WORK IN PROGRESS 






What use would a work in progress be without a part two? This 
month we talk to the man responsible for fitting it all onto 
Amiga, Richard Costello. 



©onnington motor racing 
track is one of the last 
places you would 
expect to see an 
extinct monster, but one 
appeared there on a bright 
Tuesday morning in trie middle of 
May 1995. I had journeyed to 
Nottingham with Probe product 
manager Robert O'Farrell to meet 
Primal Rage re-programmer 
Richard Costello and said mon- 
ster was parked outside his 
house. It's a car, it's called a 
Lancia Delta Integrale and 
although it's no longer made, it's 
world famous for its four wheel 
drive rally exploits. And if Primal 
Rage plays as fast and as 
smoothly as the totally loony 
Costello drove us around 
Donnington after this interview 
then I'll be very impressed. 

AD: How long have you been 
working with the Amiga? 

RC: I've been working with it for 
about seven years now, My back- 
ground initially was at Gremlin 
Graphics, where I produced 
Gauntlet 2, Hot Rod and other 
mainly coirt-op conversions. I have 
also done Golden Axe r MKl and 2 
Amiga for Probe and finally here 



we are now, with Prima! Rage. 

AD: The Primal Rage coin-op 
was the most memory inten- 
sive ever produced, do you 
find the challenge of com- 
pletely re-writing the code 
much more difficult than in 
previous games? 
RC: So far, no. Gut then the hard 
work has yet to come! You re 
stuck at the end of the day with a 
1Mb machine and you've got to fit 
everything into that. You can only 
put so much time into designing 
compression routines because to 
compress the lot would be impos- 
sible and the more you have, the 
slower the game. So it's really a 
process of talking to the producer 
and seeing how many corners 
you can cut. 

AD: Does having to develop 
the game for original 500s 
with only 512k chip RAM 
and the other 51 2k added on 
limit you? Wouldn't it be eas- 
ier to do the conversion for 
full 1Mb machines, from the 
A 5 00+ onwards. 
RC: As it happens Primal Rage 
doesn't actually need 1Mb of chip 
RAM, because the sprites and 
everything else are compressed 
and you've got to actually decom- 




press them with the 68000 as you 
print them anyway and you can't 
use the custom hardware of the 
Amiga to do that. The only thing 
you actually use the chip RAM for 
is for temporary buffers, things 
like the screen, Even the sound 
can sit outside of chip RAM and 
be copied in as it's required. 
The biggest problem is panel 
space because Primal Rage has a 
very big panel by comparison with 
MK2, and even though there is a 
lot less digitised speech which 




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may have sat in chip RAM previ- 
ously, the larger program is 
squeezing into this space and th 
could become a problem in the 
future. This panel also effects pr 
cessing time, slowing things 
down considerably. However 
because the graphics are in eigH 
colour instead of 12 colour as in 
MK2. there is less data to manipu 
late and this will help. 

AD: Has working with eight 
colours been a disadvantage? 

RC: Not really. Drawing the con 
ponents is actually faster becaus 
you are using less data and as fa 
as the look of the graphics go. th 
reason why we couldn't do it the | 
same way we did MK2 was 
because in that game four colour 
were shared between the two 
fighters and obviously if you have 
got two human beings they've 
got skin tones, so it's easy to do 
that. But with dinosaurs, as in 
Primal Rage, they 're all different I 
colours, all blues for one. all redsl 
for another, so they've got to have] 
individual palettes. Because they] 
arc more or less one colour. 
Vertigo for instance is mainly blue 
seven shades of blue and trans- 
parent looks quite nice. 



WORK IN PRO 



CRESS 



AD: Last month James 
Stewart told us that the 

Amiga version was based 
heavily on the Genesis ver- 
sion, what original features 
and changes will you make? 
RC: Basically the processor in the 
Genesis is the same as the Amiga 
so any logic code can be trans- 
ferred directly. My job is to do 
what you can see on screen - 
sprite routines, audio routines, 
disk access etc. etc. Coming back 
to the disk access, that is one of 
the major stumbling blocks, and 
the main reason why I can't just 
drop the Genesis logic in, 
Obviously with a console, the car- 
tridge is all memory so everything 
is accessible all the time. In the 
Amiga you've got 1Mb of RAM. 
which is three or four times small- 
er than a Genesis cartridge and 
everything is on floppy disk. 

As an example, on the car- 
tridge there is a separate file for 
each of the characters and one 
large projectile file. As projectiles 
are „sed the cartridge enables 
this file to be accessed. With my 
version I have had to cut down 

projectile file and put an indi- 
vicual one with each of the fight- 
ers and that will increase my 
character sel size, 

AD: How many disks will 
you manage to get all of 
this onto? 

RC: Three. I think. 
ROR Yes, three, 

HC: You've only got seven charac- 
ters in Primal Rage but they're 
much larger than the ones I 
'.vcr<ed on for MK2. However 
because of disk limitations you're 
iluck with about 230 or 240k 
per character, which is a pretty 
paltry amount when you consider 

"i the original planning of 
Primal Rage for the Genesis they 
were talking about 1Mb charac- 




ters, which is the whole of 
the Amiga's memory (at 
this point Richard laughs 
maniacally), It's rather a 
problem, However, 
because we're using eight 
colours the graphics are about 20 
to 30 percent smaller than the 
console version so that starts us 
off in good stead. 

AD: Because of this memory 
restriction, is there going to 
be any limitation on the 
moves each character can 
execute? Will they be the 
same as the arcade version? 
ROF: We're not looking at reduc- 
ing the amount of moves, and 
can't forsee doing so. 

AD: Richard, how does that 
affect you? There are soma 
complicated moves and ani- 
mations to deal with. 

RC: You've basically got two 
options. You can increase com- 
pression and you can remove 
frames. You start off by making 
the compression as tight as you 
can to still enable a decent 
update on screen, and at this 
very moment that's what I'm 
doing. I've created a couple of 
character sets and the guy who's 
writing the compression will take 
over and try to compress them to 



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the smallest size possible within 
the speed restraints, I'll then take 
the resultant files and work with 
the artist to see if we can take 
out any further animations and 
still maintain continuity. In the 
end. if we haven't got what we 
want we'll have to look at remov- 
ing sequences, which is the most 
efficient way of reducing file size. 
ROF; We've got to be careful not 
to remove sequences or moves 
from Primal because a lot of them 
interact with each other, and we 
won't get away with removing 
them willy nilly to save space. We 
are loath to do this. 



AD: You're working with an 
A 500, which is the lowest 
common denominator. What 

does this mean in terms of 
what's available for higher 
spec Amigas? 

RC: In fact I'm working on slight- 
ly different versions for each 
extra bit of memory available. 
They are not completely different 
versions in terms of them being 
different programs or anything, 
but if the extra memo/y is there 
I'm going to use it because it 
removes things like disk swop- 
ping, makes it look a bit prettier 
in places, and will definitely make 
it faster, less jerky. 

AD: What about hard 
drive installation? 

RC: To be honest there hasn't 
been any software written to date 
which reliably accesses Amiga 
hard drives, so really this is not 
the kind of game you can do on a 
hard drive. Which is a shame, 
because it would be really useful, 
Gut then how many Amiga users 
have a hard drive? 

AD: I think a lot of them 
have, and it would be nice to 



install option. But working 
with hard drives does mean 
that you need buffer space 
in RAM. 

RC: I was having this discussion 
with someone else, and to use 
MK2 as an example, I figured that 
I. only had 48 bytes of memory left 
out of 1 Mb. and where do you 
put machine code stack? It goes 
down towards the vectors, and if 
it gets any smaller then the game 
is going to crash. 



AD: Ahem, very technical. Til 

leave this up to you. When 
do you expect to finish? 

RC:Well, all we're waiting for now 
is the Genesis code. I've gone as 
far as possible without this, but it 
will be finished by the end of May 
and once it has been bug tested I 
can drop it into my version and 
start modifying it. This process will 
take about a month or so, so we're 
looking at the beginning of July if 
all goes well. 

AD: So everything's on 

schedule then? 

ROF: Yes. Because of the way 

the game is being converted we 
are able to check it at all stages 
and thus when we start testing 
the finished product, before hand- 
ing it to Time Warner, most of the 
hard work and problems have 
already been sorted out along the 
way and in the Genesis version. 
There's still some way to go, 
but the SCreenshOtS you see here 
are from the eight colour Amiga 
version and it looks impressive, 
Next month we should be able to 
see and have a bash at a fully 
working version and find out 
more about just how many 
moves the characters have and 
what they're like, ■ 
Alan Dykes 




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GAME PREVIEW 




A120D/CD32 ■ Due for release: July 1995 ■ Publisher: Gametek £ 01753 553445 



Olong, long time ago 
in a galaxy not a mil- 
lion miles away 
from Chris Roberts 
a 3D, first person perspective 
space flight sim did the same for 
arcade flight shoot 'em ups as 
what Doom is now doing to the 
land based shoot 'em up. It was 
released on Amiga and played 



well enough on high end 
machines, but was a bittreacley 
on standard A500s and other non- 
AGA machines. Unfortunately 
although there have been many 
follow ups and rivals on the PC 
(most notably X-Wing ) there have 
been few on Amiga, 

Enter Star Crusader which is 
being converted to the Amiga by a 
company called 
Human Soft, It's very 
similar in concept to 
Wing Commander 




except it's even more of an all 
encompassing strategy game, 
allowing you to fly combat mis- 
sions for either of the main protag- 
onists in a stellar battle for 
supremacy. There will be a choice 
of eleven different ships to fly and 
100 different missions. 

The in-flight combat perspective 
remains similar to WC but the 
graphics are much more detailed, 
with full advantage taken of the 
AGA chipset, with improved clarity 
and depth. The most modern 
aspect of the game though is its 
use of 3D rendered characters in 
the cut scenes and between mis- 
sions. Fighting is made more inter- 
esting too by the inclusion of 
combat in asteroid fields. 

Rather than just taking on the 
enemy in a series of battles, you 
have specific strategic objectives 




to reach and progress is 
mapped out as you go along. To 
round things off there should be 

an action repiay and mission 
rewind function included so that 
you can re-Jive those moments 
of enemy ship destruction. 

If the game looks as good as 
the preview screens we've seen 
and plays as fast, or nearly as 
fast as the PC version then we 
could be on to a winner. Watch 
this space for a review, ■ 
Martin Da vies 




All Amigas ■ Due for Release: July 1995 ■ Publisher: Black Legend ?) 01438 840003 



Of imitation is the sin- 
cerest form of flat- 
tery then Acid 
software can take 
pleasure if not money from 

an programmers Floating 
Point effort. That is if some its 
jolly antipodean crew could get a 
car around the track without run- 
ning off it into a no-man's land 
that ;ooks smooth as a baby's 
behind but is lumpier than bio- 
yoghurt when you drive into it. 
Ten seconds of frustration and 



fc 1 







hackwards-forwards jig- 
gling later brings you 
back onto the track, 
And if Acid software 
were still playing at this 
point I'd say they were 
drunk (which is not 
altogether improbable), 

Once on the track everything is 
much better, the car moves well, 
corners well, reacts to bumps 
well and collisions are smashing 
fun (and yes r pun watchers, I did 
intend this one) with all manner of 
vehicular catapulting japes 
resulting from contact, 
The tracks, like the back- 
grounds are rendered affairs 
and suffer from having lots 
of nice textures, but not 
enough features, This 
makes it difficult to judge 
where dangerous undula- 
tions Ire and the result is 
often a session in the bio- 
v ofi hurt, 
Wheelspin is a one or two 




player game where 
you can control one 
of a variety of vehi- 
cles; road racers, 
drag cars or over- 
landers in a race against four 
other competitors. You have a 
choice of invented international 
driving stars to man your vehicle 
too. and in this respect it's a bit 
like Streetfighter 2 meets Super 
Skidmarks as the choice of road 
warrior effects the performance 
of your car, with each one having 
different abilities. 

There is the requisite shop for 
upgrading engines, tyres and run- 
ning gear and the terrain varies 
from show to hills to deserts. 



If I sounded a tad critical at the 
start it's just that the work in 
progress version I tested is just 
that, very much an unfinished 
product. Lurking beneath this ultra 
smooth but fairly featureless exte- 
rior is a good game engine that 
could Carry Wheelspin far if 
enough attention is paid to getting 
the look and payability right, We'll 
have to wait and see. We should 
have a review over the next 
few months. ■ 
Martin Da vies 



41 



CAME PREVIEW 




A1200/CD32 | 

Due for Release: Summer 1 995 I 

Publisher: Core Design © 01332 297797 



Adventure 



©ore design are 
another company 
who made a final 
decision not to pro- 
duce anything else on Amiga, 
only to return a couple of 
months later with another 
Amiga game. Don't get me 
wrong, I'm not complaining 
about software houses produc- 
ing games, I just wish they 
would stop tailing everyone 
that the market is dead in the 
first place. 

Big Red Adventure has 
beer available on PC for some 
time now and was well 
received on that format. 
Because it is a direct port it 
will remain almost exactly the 
same as this version and no 




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us CrnimiiiiL state. 

attempt is being made to reduce 
the amount of colours, thus it will 
not be available to non-AGA 
machine users. Set in post com- 
munist Russia Big Red is a point 
and dick adventure all about the 
adventures of three odd charac- 
ters who get caught up in a sinis- 
ter plot to return capitalist 
modern Russia to its previous 



state - the Soviet Union. 

The game is divided up into 
four sections, the first three of 
which involve controlling one of 
the characters, while the fourth 
enables you to switch between 
them. Each character's actions 
and abilities are 
defined by their per- 
sonality; the woman is 
a red headed femme 
fatale (known coinci- 
de ntally as Donna 
Fatale r and not a mil- 
lion miles away in 
terms of looks from 
our April cover car- 
toon), the nerd is a 
computer buff while 
the funniest character 
is the beaten up Italian a. UuHt t met 



boxer with the big chin and the 
tiny brain. 

Because it is a direct port 
Big Red Adventure is fairly 
close to completion and is d 
for release in June, With 
Warner Interactive's Flight Of 
The Amazon Queen also due 
for release that month it looks 
as though graphic adventure 
fans are in for a big treat 
this summer. ■ 
Martin Davie s 




All Amigas ■ Due for Release: May/June 1995 ■ Publisher: Vulcan © 01705 B702B9 



Oulcan's joystick 
operated Valhalla 
series, with speech 
(rather annoying 
and high pitched in the first one) 
and difficult puzzles was moder- 
ately popular, Now, rather than 
bringing out another instalment 
in the series they've decided to 
try something different. 

Timekeepers involves a group 
of future cops who have to savje 
the world from a crazed alien 
who has placed nuclear 
weapons in four time zones; 
stone age. mediaeval, Vietnam 




and space. The demo version we 
looked at set in the mediaeval 
land, hit me with-a sudden sense 
of deja vu. Surely this is Valhalla 
from a high altitude bird's eye per- 
spective? The palette used and 
the style of the interface is very, 
very similar and the tiled floor, 
corridors, doors and traps are 
almost identical. Detractors from 
the Valhalla series would find 
themselves in a nightmare world 
upon loading up this disk; it's got 
fourteen Lord Of Infinity lookalikes 
who look up from time to time, 
ust to remind you of the 
game's origins, 
The style of gameplay is 
more Lemmings- 
esque than 

Valhalla though. 
The object is 
,o guide all 
sixteen cops 
through the level, fighting 
guardians, opening doors, extend- 
in y bridges and solving complex 




routing problems. 
Inevitably you'll lose 
some of the men 
along the way, but if 
there are loo many 
casualties you may not 
be able to defuse the 
bomb at the end. 

In order to get the 
cops to do something 
you need to give them 
instructions. This is 
done by picking what 
you want to do from an 
►con bar at the bottom 
of the screen and then placing an 
instruction on a tile in front of the 
cop you want to carry it out. To 
send him in a certain direction you 
simpfy place a directional arrow 
and he will go as far as possible in 
the direction chosen. Getting any- 
where successfully involves plan- 
ning the route in advance and you 
can scroll the screen upwards to 
plot your course of action and then 
place icons at strategic points. 




A Despite buhirtg 
punle orientated 



Although this level does look 
like Valhalla the other levels 
should provide welcome variety 
and the game is certainly more 
accessible and puzzle orientate 
than the Valhalla series. It is di 
to be released in June as a 
budget-priced title, with a total 
of sixteen levels (four for each 
land). We'll have a full review 
next month. ■ 
Martin Da vies 






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GAME REVIEW 




Price: £34.99 ■ Publisher: Warner Interactive Entertainment I 0171 391 4300 



Viruses eh? Bad news. They mess 
up your body, they mess up your 
mind, they mess up your computer, 
they mess up your pool table ... er, 
pardon? Read on ... 



On antibody. What a ter- 
rible name for some- 
thing which is actually 
rather useful. I used to 
read horror novels and I definitely 
saw horror movies long before 
biology arrived on my school cur- 
riculum and thus spent a sizable 
part of my youth thinking that an 
antibody was like an Antichrist, 
only worse. It stands to reason: If 
it's anti-your-body, it's gonna kill 
you, right? Horribly. A quick cuff 
on the back of the head by my 
Biology master (a priest, would 
you believe) soon cured me of this 
delusion in no uncertain terms. 

The hero of this game is a sort 
of antibody. A mechanised. 
armed, robot antibody, called 
DAVE or the Digital Armed Virus 
Exterminator And the storyline is 
short but sweet: Viruses (who 
look like green Jabba The Huts) 
have inhabited a virtual games 
theme park called GameDisk and 
DAVE is sent in to sort them out. 
The gameworld is split into sever- 
al zones some of which pay 
homage to an awful lot of popular 
games from the past. 




A Shoeling lr*m Ike hip h« itvtu ktti s« mieh tin 



Wonderful 
worlds 

You start off in the sports world 
which is filled with American foot- 
ball gridirons, poo! tables, base- 
ball parks and bouncing footballs. 
You then move into a platform 
world called the urban jungle, 
where you have to climb terraces, 
speed around the roofs of houses 
and cross platforms. The next 
level is the gods level, where 
everything is in miniature, except 
the viruses and DAVE. Here tiny 
troops attempt to stop you. but 
inevitably end up dying horribly in 




Hum will shall I have lor lea tonight? I know. &ome lrt| legs ari chips would hi nice. 



Cannon Fodder style. 
The Adventure world, 
known as Crusader is filled with 
swamps, castles, ghouls and 
knights while the final world, 
Silicon Valley is right in the depths 
of the computer that controls 
GameDisk and the surroundings 
are circuit board, chip and transis- 
tor orientated. 

The type of enemy varies wide- 
ly throughout these levels, from 
pool balls, American footballers, 
Scalextrix F1 cars and kids on 
space hoppers in the sports world 
to microchips and guided missile 
turrets in Silicon Valley. As men- 
tioned earlier some of the levels 
and creatures pay homage to the 
past: there are whirlwinds which 
turn into demons (like Ghouls W 
Ghosts) and the adventure level 
has swamps filled with frogs rem- 
iniscent of Chaos Engine. 

VifoCop has been produced by 
Graftgold, with the magic hands 
of Andy Braybrook, lain 
Wellington and Steve Turner at the 
keyboard and this pedigree and 
quality shows. Everything is 
smooth, from near perfect sprite 
detection to a fast, economic and 
intelligent loading routine - which 
means that it's a pleasure to play 
from disk. But just in case, it's 
hard disk installable. (Praise be! A 
platform game that's hard disk 
installable. There is a god.) Also, 
just in case you've any doubts as 



to who is responsible for the garri 
there are plenty of hints, logos am 
famous characters from past ven- 
tures on the background scenery. 

Weapons 

DAVE has three weapons slots 
which, at the beginning, are filled 
with a single shot gun, a grenade 
launcher and a mine layer. These 
can be added to by picking up 
icons that provide you with a 
range of weapons including a 
multi-direction, multi-shol gi 
smart bomb which causes dam- 
age to anything and everything on 
screen, an invincibility shield and 
destructor drones, 

Throughout each level you cai^ 
pick up and store power icons 
that allow you to shop in between: 
levels. The 'shop' is tike a printed 
circuit board with connectors to 
•1 2 different weapons. To make a 
weapon available for use you 
need to power it up, These 
weapons include mines, lasers, 
guns and homing missiles. The 



A500/600 

Yep, there's a n on -AG A 
version on its. way, with 
slightly less colourful 
graphic treats but probably 
as much game pi ay, if 
Graftgold are men of their 
word (and on past record 
they surely are). 




Heavy Metal Thunder 

The armoury- DAVE has this chip, right, and it's got 15 
.veapons on it. But he doesn't have enough power to reach 
them all. The only way to get them is to collect power 



pick-ups from terminated enemies, try not to get killed and 
use the points collected to reach the weapon of your 
choice, either in one go or in several stages. 



TWIN 
HOMING 
MISSILES 
Expensive 
but deadly 
babies. Just 
the job. 



PLASMA 
SURROUND 
Protects DAVE, hut 
not that well really. 



CENTRAL BOX 
This figure represents 
the amount of power 
icons you've picked up. 



SHORT FLAMER 
Weedy version of 
the real f lamer. 
OK though. 



SINGLE HOMER 
Cheaper than 
the twin and half 
as effective. 












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STARBURST 
Useful mine 
based 
weapon. 
But not 
that good. 



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LONG 
FLAME 
THROWER 
Inexhaust- 
ible but very 
power hun- 
gry weapon. 





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TWIN BOLT 
LASER Reflects 
off walls. This 
is interesting. 



TWIN 
MISSILES 
An early 
favourite; 
however, it 
| only fires a 
■ few shots. 



BEAM 

LASER 

A bit crap. 

really. Not 
very excit- 
ing at all. 



THREE WAY 
BULLETS 
An old 
favourite 

and why the 
hell not? 



PLASMA 
Cheap and inex- 
haustible; the first 
weapon upgrade. 



THE EXIT THE BULLET 

When you're fin- Standard, 

ished click here and inexhaustible but 

the game starts. weak weapon 



MORTAR CLUSTER MINE 

Useful for targets One of the default 

above eye level weapons. Limited 

and over walls. but OK. 



useful the weapon, the 
[more power you need to get it. 
Once you have more weapons 
available you can insert them into 
any of DAVE'S three slots, picking 
the beet weapon to deal with a 
particular situation. 

The password system, which 
is unique to each copy of the 
game (you won't be able to use 
1 another person's level codes},, 
reccrds the level, the amount of 
fives and the weapons you have 
ava lable for use. This means that 



you can go back and pick a more 
appropriate weapon to deal with 
an enemy second time around. 

Conclusion 

Although it has a two-player mode 
you still have only one DAVE, with 
■one player controlling his move- 
ment and the other controlling his 
firepower. This System tends to 
lead to heated arguments when 
the controller doesn't go in the 
direction the gunner wants them 
to. The only other problem is that 

although 
Graftgold 



have gone to great pains to make 
each world unique, the gameplay 
doesn't differ that much between 
them. The platform level isn't sig- 
nificantly different from the regu- 
lar fare, nor is the shoot 'em 
up one, 

Never fear though, you're 
unlikely to get bored. ViroCop is 
great fun throughout and the diffi- 
culty curve is just about right. 
Original and not-so original enemy 
sprites are a joy to behold and 
you can't help laughing at some 
of them - until they kill you that 
is, Progressively getting hold of 



new weapons and selecting the 
right ones for the mission on 
hand means that you never get 
put off and always return to a 
level to beat all the bad guys and 
to collect enough power points 
to get a really big weapon. 

In summing up I have to say 
that ViroCop is a well planned, 
superbly executed game that 
gets a bit predictable from time 
to time, but remains good fun 
and highly addictive. ■ 
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■ Price; £24.99 ■ Publisher: Kompart € 01438 840004 

Yet another Doom 
contender steps 
into the ring. 
Take your places 

gentlemen. 



OX's enough to bring a 
tear to even R2D2's 
eye. All his criminal 
robot mates have been 
banged up in UlS Facility 6, the 
world's largest robot detention 
centre, for some time now. It's 
home to a range of naughty 
robots, convicted for crimes rang- 
ing from blowing people up to 
stealing castor oil, Now the robots 
have turned, a full scale riot is 
breaking out and you've got to 
sort it out, 

How? Why the usual RPG way 
of course which involves scrolling 
around a three dimensional world 
picking up some heavy duty 
weaponry and blasting the hell out 
of those errant robots, But, as in 
life, it's not that simple really. 
You've got to find your way 




A Here «n meet one til the delinquent ratals face In. er, metal bil. Sick Jiim ivilh your super power shotgun. 

Mike lire yrjij pesititi the target riglrt on lei u1 him elherw ise you'll die q uickly. 




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\at<tf dilf weapomy 



around the huge complex, open- 
ing up the gates that have so far 
kept the robots at bay. Opening 
these gates involves flicking 
levers and finding keys and sliders 
to fit the locks. 

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and into a certain section of the 
huge complex you need to hunt 
around carefully to see what you 
can pick up in the way of 
weapons, bullets, keys, sliders or 
energy boosters. 

Activating 

action 

Once you've worked your way 
through each section picking off 
robots as you go, you need to 
activate any bombs that may be 
lurking around before you can 
progress to the next level. Did I 
say activate bombs? Yes because 
your boss has decided the best 
way to make sure that all your 
robots are dead is to blow the 
whole place up. This can be a 
pain as the bombs tend to have a 
minuscule fuse which leaves you 
a nanosecond to get to the exit, 
or worse still it blows just before 
you get out, leaving you start all 
over again. 

If you do manage to make 
through the exit, you're into the 



shop where you can trade in the 
robots you've killed for some 
extra weapons. And so you con- 
tinue until the world is free from 
nasty varmint robots and law and 
order is restored. 

A contender for 

the crown 

As Doom contenders go r BUG 
scores and fails on various points. 
It scores because the 3D graphics 
are fast and it's involving enough 
to keep you occupied for quite 
some time. But it -fails when it 
comes to the control method. 
There are four control options, 
which are all different variations 
of using either a joystick or a 
mouse to control movement, to 
pick up and use items. 

Alternatively you can use a 
combination of both the mouse 
and joystick. This involves using 
a joystick for movement and the 
mouse for clicking on items. 
However, firing at aliens requires 
some pretty quick hand changing 
action which can be infuriating. 
Picking up items is also a bit of 
challenge. Who would think that 
a rather large key would take so 
many attempts to actually pick 
up? in some cases even though 
the item is right in front of you. 



A Must nl [he game consists nt pulling levers I Ac 
this to release the gateway I* the right, there an 
ul-i.ii keyholes mill door twitches which have Id Be 
activated using the relevant hey. ir slider, 

you need to perform some sort 
of strange ritual two step to actu- 
ally pick it up - bizarre, The c- 
ics are also quite blocky but RPG 
fans will agree that the gameplay 
is normally more important than 
flash graphics. The low throbbing 
noise in the background does 
nothing to add to the game eithetj 

Behind The iron Gate is involv- 
ing enough but the complicated 
control method knocks a few 
points off, ■ 
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CD32 GAME REVIEW 





■ Price: £25.99 ■ Publisher: Thalion £> 0121 449 4464 

A decent beat 
'em up upon 
thine CD32? 
Surely thou 
jest! But no, for 
tis true ... 



4 Pi hen the CD32 appeared 
iff k I rejoiced for a number 
IAJ of reasons. Obviously I 
^^F hod rather hopea fiat ii 
would become the most popular 
machine in the world ... but it did- 
:upen. Though this was most 
prcbably due- to that crap advert 
featuring 'Professor Silly Old Sod' 

■jng on about "so many 
co ours" etc. It takes more than 
Hat to keep us down at happy old 
CU Towers, and the CD32 still 
offered Amiga users the chance 
to sample games the likes of 
which we'd never seen before 
(er... in theory, that is). 
Of course, the reality of the sit- 
| uation was that all we'd get were 
| old A12Q0 products with the odd 
bit of ray-tracing and it seemed as 
though no-one was ever likely to 
take advantage of the CD32's six 
button joypad. 

Oooghya! 

Well, we still await the day whenr 
someone produces a beat 'em up 
that makes use of these buttons, 
but at least now there's a decent 
fighting game that helps itself to a 
generous portion of the CD 
1 media. X-Figftter is an interesting 

product in a number of ways, 
I Firstly, it's from Thalion - a com- 
ply hardly famous for anything , 
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:-d!y. it's the first time out for 
The solo programmer. And lastly, 
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too good so 
far). Next up 




A Da the locnminifln. "Clmo, and miohl I wnliire. «vhun! 

comes the complete lack of 
music and the rather limited 
sound effects that crunch and 
heave in the background (hmm, 
still not looking groovy), Then you 
play the thing, and ... HORRAH!! 
The eagle has landed! 

Yes indeed, if there's one thing 
that saves this game, it's the 
sheer payability and 'feel' of the 
thing. The characters (of which 
there are 32 -yes 32!) move in a 
quirky yet responsive way and 
with Mortal Kombat-Uke special 
moves, it won't be too long 
before you've picked out your 
favourite fighter and are beating 
your way to the top. 

Bunch of fives 

I've already told you that there are 
32 characters to choose from 
(which goes some way towards 
explaining why the game has 
been pot out on CD only, rather 
than a billion floppies) but I 
haven't mentioned that they are 
grouped into eight separate 
teams. These teams range from 
standard groups such as martial 
artists and Ninjas, to less usual^ 
gangs such as bouncers and 
greasers (chain-wielding leather- 
clad nutters I. 

Though it's disappointing to 
see only a single fire button used, 
this does mean that you can plug 
a joystick in for two player japes, 
and the moves are about as easy 
to pull off as humanly possible. 
There are also a number of 
options for two-player games, 
including tag teams (with multiple 



characters from any group 
making up your overall tour- 
nament 'tea ml and 'see- 
saw' bouts. Here, the 
standard power bars are 
replaced by one huge bar 
that moves back and forth in 
a 'tug-o-war' kinda way as 
the two contestants battle it out. 
This makes for longer matches, 
and works especially well when 
used by two players of similar 
skill. Unfortunately, this option 
isn't available for the single play- 
er. Damn it. 

Combos ahoy 

Another interesting feature with X- 
Fighter is that there's no limit to 
the number of combinations you 
can perform. Boot your opponent 
into the air, punch him on the way 
up, jump up and kick him again, 
land and punch him back up as he 
comes down, etc. etc. Yep, you 
can keep this up for as long as 
your control is spot on, and being 
awarded 15 hit combos isn't 
unusual once you get the feel for 
your character's movements and 
abilities - especially with the 
Super Combos. 'What Super 
Combos?' I hear you ask. Aha... 
If you've managed to hit your 
opponent a certain number of 
times in rapid succession, the 
words 'Super Available' appear 
by your power bar, It's then up to 
you to pull off a Mortal Kombat- 
esque movement (such as down, 
left, down, right, fire) to initiate a 
sort of auto-pilot attack, where 
your player goes into a set-piece 



A. tUsly! He distracts y\yu with his hal. and then slab; 

pul Aiecec! 



sequence of moves. Needless to 
say, should you manage to time 
and position your player correct- 
ly, this does a fair bit of damage. 
So there you are. Yes. it looks a 
bit arse and yes, it sounds a bit 
arse too, but scratch beneath the 
poor presentation and you'll find a 
responsive and addictive beat 'em 
up. Step up CD32 users - your 
time has come! ■ 
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X FIGHTER £25.99 




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World 

Championship 
Edition 



■ Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher; Domark r) 0181 780 2222 

The popular console racing game has finally made 
it over to the Amiga with a few extra features too. 

JU Bk ith the Amiga conver- 
1 *l Y ■ sion of the console 
^^^^J favourite F1, Domark 
^^Br are t h e latest software 
house to return to the Amiga fold, 
OK, Fl may have been kicking 
around on the consoles for at 
least eighteen months now but it 
was well received there and 
should be more than welcome 
among the Amiga racing fraterni- 
ty, who have been starved of a 
decent racing game for some 
time now, 

Fl Championship 
Edition is a first person 
perspective racing game 
which throws you into 
the glamorous world of 
Formula One racing. 
Glamorous, I suppose, to 
those who actuary enjoy the 
prospect of being severely man- 
gled in a claustrophobia-inducing 
sardine can on wheels. In Fl you 
can rub shoulders with the likes of 
Damon Hill or Schumacher 
amongst others depending on 
which team you join. The teams 
include Ferrari. Benetton. 
Williams, Jordan, Minardi. Tyrrell, 
Mclaren and Lotus. 

After a few laps in the practice 
rounds you can either enter a ' 
knockout tournament or a world 
championship competition. In the 
knockout tournament you must 
make into the top eight otherwise 
you don't go on to the next 
round. The Championship runs 
over up to 16 circuits. Choosing 
from tracks such as Montreal. 
Australia, Germany and Brazil 




A As yau can pratuhlf gather fa o ill this, ska!, FT is a fjrsl person perspective 
game. Mead ol Mil is Hit race Track. four mileage and lue I levels lie con- 
stairtlf •■ streei The acca signal message flashes up tn warn juhj tl fill 
shortage or balling Ifitt. You are [he little red HI (III Iht mini map lop kit, 





A hi til always nip into die fit slip. Fnm left: 
gearbnr - eilher manual or aula, wings - Ida medium 
high (high wings are good tor Iwislf raids due tn 
increased iJownlsr t e I . teres - hart, wet lift ill lixl 

(■•• much will slaw ynu fan), 



amongst others, you get to pick 
which ones and in which order 
you will race them. You can also 
set the number of laps per race 
(5,10,20). 

Qualifying 

Before you start the champi- 
onship races you've got to qualify. 
Building a up a test lap time in the 
qualifying round ensures you a 
good position on the grid, Before 
each face you're informed of the 
best lap time and the weather 
conditions so you can nip into the 
pits to make any adjustments nec- 
essary. Then you're off into the 
race, trying to get ahead and stay 
on road despite twisty bits and 
adverse weather conditions. 
Control is simple enough - a light 
touch to the joystick to the left or 
right should keep you on track if 
you've selected auto gears. If 
you've chosen manual gears then 
pressing fire and the joystick 
either up or down will move 
through the gearbox. 

Control 

Personally I prefer first person 
perspective racing games to the 
overhead variety, There is more a 
sense of actually being in the car 



than overhead racing games and 
this is certainly true of Ft. The 
smooth control and road handling 
also gives the impression of total 
control over the car. The graphics 
are fairly good too. with each 
track having its own unique 
graphics (mountains for Montreal 
and so on), but don't expect to 
drive past the casino at Monaco. 
Most of the scenery is of the 
standard scrolling horizon type. 
However, unlike the original F1 
there are more track-side objects 
which also add to the overall rac- 
ing experience. 

The sound effects, however, 
are quite tame. Crashing headlong 
into a trackside hoarding (I was 
only testing I swear) produces a 
pathetic puny pinging sound - dis- 
appointing. Also, timing a pitstop 
can be incredibly difficult. The 
handy map at the top helps you 
memorise where the pit stop is 
but it doesn't seem to help you 
pull into one smoothly, I've often 
pulled into a pitstop and shot 
straight through into the barriers 
at the end! Bad driving per- 
chance? I hear the doubting 
Thomases of you murmur, 
Perhaps. Why not try it out for 
yourself and see. Racing fans 



A. MiaineaL one at my ehusei race tracks, c»m« 
c ompleie with niaunuiiiEsnie scenery, Ihi mini mp I 

il [he tup left o( Iht screen is handy lor picking Mt 
3i\f (rich? bends and curiers. 




A ftl'H gll li dn i Im cl wewilg ftblil II gel 
pasi ihe other cars. 



should be satisfied by the speed 
alone and even non-believers 
would do well to take a look. 
Lisa Collins 



Fl £29,99 


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I Price: £29.99 ■ Publisher: Black Legend •&• 01438 840003 

In the light of reports of magazines rating unfinished 
copies of this game, we check out the final version. 



Oou own an Amiga, You 
walk up to me in the 
street and prod me 
gently but firmly In the 
hesr with a well manicured fore- 
linger. "Hey fella," you demand 
[aggressively, "which is the best 
[foot Hal I management sim currently 
Billable on God's own recently 
fected computer platform?" I 
■| have no hesitation in recom- 
ling several recent releases to 
yoL, On the Ball. Premier Manager 
3. even Ultimate Soccer Manager, 
[lata push} but crucially, I would 
stop short of urging anyone to go 
md spend a penny on Tactical 
Manager 2. 

Out of date 

:al Manager 2 is the follow 
up tc Tactical Manager, which 
Host people rated quite highly. 

new' game (not my word 
but Black Legend's) shows few 
signs of having developed graph- 
ically and one's first impression is 



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Sensible World of 
iccer has more up to 
its stats than this! 

>n the positive side, 
Tactical Manager 2 is 
easy enough to find 
your way around and in 
this sense it is playable. 
but the graphics and in- 
game screens/menus 
look tired and creaky. 
Take the play match 
window and compare it 
to OTB and Premier 
Manager 2/3 and the 
game fails to cut the 
interactive mustard 





that Tactical Manager has man- 
:-;i::,: to survive the appendage of 
the sobriquet '2' without bothering 
^nge its gameplaying under- 
wear What has changed are the 
Stats, which s suppose, if one 
■pores everything else about it, a 



game like this really stands or falls 
by. A pity then, that they are com- 
pletely out of date. I chose to 
manage Reading, who appeared 
without Lee Mogan and a cursory 
glance at the team I am silly 
enough to support, Aston Villa, 
revealed that Guy Whittingham 
was still on the books, while 
Tommy Johnson and Gary 

Charles refrained at 
Derby. As did Gordon 
Cowans, who has 
been at Wolves for 
yonks. Oh, Andy Cole 
is still at Newcastle 
United! I am sure you 
will spot many more 
such howlers. 
Now call me Mr, 
Pernickety, but the foot- 
ball season is over All 
the players I have just 
mentioned completed 
their transfers several 
months before the 
game was due for 
release, Surely the 
clever thing to do, at the very least, 
would be to include the squads as 
they stood at the end-of-season? 
With the promise of a free update 
disk after the next transfer dead- 
line? Please may I use the word 
ARSE' in CU Amiga? Even 



Data problems 

Finally, and in my view, 
crazily. Tactical 
Manager 2 only has 
data for the Premier 
League and the 
Endsleigh Division 1. 
As the new manager of 
Reading. I should liked 
to have strengthened 
my squad by Cherry- 
picking from the lower 
divisions, but they 
aren't there, so I can't. 
Surely the omission of 
Divisions 2 and 3 saps 
the game of any pre- A 1** Man* 
tension to realism? ,l "' M,fcL 

What's the point of including the 
FA Cup and denying me the oppor- 
tunity of managing the majority of 
teams who play in it? These 
omissions also mean that you 
can't learn management at a 
lower level and for at! you roman- 
tics out there, you can forget 
about steering Lincoln City or 
Kidderminster Harriers to the 
dizzy heights of The Premiership. 

Is it finished? 

Publisher Black Legend has just 
taken an enormous ad in the 
computer trade press, under the 



banner headline, A whole new ball 
game" to promote the release of 
Tactical Manager 2 and counter an 
earlier review which awarded the 
game 25 percent. The ad explains 
that the magazine in question 
received an unfinished copy. What, 
I wonder will it say to retailers now 
that the final version is released to 
catcalls of derision from the con- 
sumer press? Something along the 
lines of 'I'm taking my ball back', I 
shouldn't wonder, ■ 
Harry Attril 




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GAME TIPS 



Ultimate 
Manager tips 




Getting a team to the top in this 
game isn't just about good soccer 
skills, you've got to have a top 
business head too ... 



Oftimate Soccer Manager 
is an honest attempt to 
recreate the thrills and 
spills of modern foot- 
ball management by including 
such features as bungs, match fix- 
ing, shop and bar running, adver- 
tising and merchandising. For 
those used to the old days, when 
a management game was a man- 
agement game, these hints and 
tips could come in handy. 

Wise buys 

First of all, it's pretty obvious, but 
don't be too hard on yourself. 
Start off with the maximum 
amount of money: E5M. Make 
sure that you use all of the friend- 
lies to good effect, testing out 
your team for weaknesses and 
getting the right players into posi- 
tion. You have enough money to 
replace slackers, so do so. The 
most important positions are strik- 
er and goal keeper, so spend 
money on these for maximum 
success. Also, use the first sea- 
son to build up your grounds, but 
be sure to fill them. You'll findahat 





A I To pi Dfe oh. thai man Hammer is i«t Wl? hfltpv II 
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as time goes on inflation sets in 
and the price of improvements 
goes up. Advance preparation 
with all that cash will help. 

Build the biggest refreshment 
and merchandise stands you can 
afford, you will make a lot of 
money from all the merchandise 
they stock. Following on from 
this, if you are getting very low 
attendances and your gate 
receipts look as though they will 
never pay the team's way build a 
10.000 seater stadium and give 
away upwards of 6000 tickets. 
You won't get their money at the 
gate but you'll sure sell lots of 
clobber through your shops. 

On the subject of attendance, 
if the crowd get bored with you 
using the long ball option in every 
game they will give up and stop 
supporting you. You must play to 
impress, believe it or not. 

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the ground, but don't build near a 
stand where there is low capacity 

or no. capacity. It follows that you 
should put the best outlets near 
the biggest stands, this way you'll 
get maximum returns. On the 
subject of returns, keep your tick- 
ets at a fairly low level for regular 
league matches and friendlies,but 
as soon as a cup game comes 
along bump them up sky-high. 
Remember to plan your improve- 
ments so thai by the 
time you reach the first 
division you have an all 
seater stadium. If you 
get promoted from 
Division 2 the FA will 
condemn the stand 
otherwise. 

In terms of managing 
promotion and adver- 
tising, don't let your 
■ assistant sell ads on 
needed the ground, he'll get 



really terrible deals, 
and usually for a long 
period too. Do this 
yourself and get the 
best money for the 
smallest Space and the 
shortest amount of 
time, so that you can 
go back and sell to 
better revenue earners 
when it runs out. 
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ing your overall level of ticket and 
goods prices every year, in line 
with inflation {of course). Up to 
10% a year is not unreasonable, 
but remember that Ultimate 
Soccer Manager has a realistic 
business engine and sharp price 
increases will scare away cus- 
tomers. They will lose the feel 
good factor or something. 

Deputy Dawg 

The assistant manager may not 
be very good at picking advertis- 
ing revenue earners but he is gen- 
erally a top geezer for 
recommending team formations 
and changes, and before you pick 
a squad you should always heed 
what he says. Sometimes you 
may disagree but hey, that's the 
nature of the job. and you must 
do things your own way at times. 

Although training seems to 
take a long time to work it is 
essential that you continue to 
supervise it. This is the only way 
to improve inexperienced or 
injured players, and you must 
remember to hire and fire trainers 
as the need arises and as they . 
become available. Offering more 
money vvMI bring more trainers 
onto the market. Young players 
may seem a bit useless at first. 
but they have their careers ahead 
of them and will train up a lot 
faster than your existing team. So 
go ahead, buy some. 

Remember to keep the chair- 
man happy too r if your job securi- 
ty percentage falls below 20% or 
the chairman's opinion falls below 
ten you are out on your ear, with 
no appeals. Do not ignore his 
messages on the notice board - 
you will only make things worse. 

If you have only played USM 




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using the instant result feature 
and have not been having much 
luck lately, then try actually follow 
ing the game through, making fa 
mation and play style changes toi 
both the team and players, react- 
ing to the opposition's strengths 
and weaknesses. See who is 
scoring goals for them and doubl 
team that player. Also, when you 
start out. carefully examine each 
player's stats and put the right 
ones in the right places. You 
should then monitor each player 
and try swopping say all the strik- 
ers and midfielders around. 
Despite their stats, some may 
operate more efficiently in a 
ferent part of the field than yog 
are playing them. 

If you want to get a player 
from the higher divisions but the^j 
all seem to refuse to move cown, 
try luring an older player. They ad 
often under utilised and are moral 
willing to move clubs- White 0)1 
this subject, try to rotate under- 
used players as they will begin to 
go soft lose their skills and 
become dissatisfied if left or :he 
bench too long. 

Finally, on the subject of oungs 
■end bets", at the beginning of the 
game we are reliably told that only 
20% of the teams are corruptible. 
So if you're lucky you'll pick the 
right ones. This changes every 
time you start a new game so vou 
are not guaranteed to find the 
same clubs being dodgy a second 
time around. As far as betting is 
concerned, when you have been 
caught four times (you'll know 
when you've hit the three mark 
because it'll be in the newspaper! 
you will be fired. On that note, 
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the War 



PART 



You reaped the benefits of our guiding hand 
for Valhalla Before the War, now get more of 
the same for the prequel to the sequel. 



n the room at the 
beginning of the level 
look at the wizard and 
he speaks to you. 
site the book and the piece of 
f with J l am infinity' written 
Operate the floor tile in the 
3m right-hand comer Of the 
^Hsnd take the potion of faith. 
Notice the passageway is the 
nly exit out of this room. The 
'd blocks the exit out of the 
your task for this level is to 
v the wizard so you can 
ess onto level two. The pas- 
geway is filled with hot coals 
fycu stand on them your stami- 
na begins to drop, so drink the 
potion of faith to travel down 
assageway. 

One room 

too many 

■:ir'j quite a few 
[foonrs open to you 
ie one you need 
' nity's bedroom, 
■his is the one with 
■icing track in it, 
ite the floor tile 
l this room and take 
lie potion of strength 
he oracle is nearby. 
Oak at him and he 
sks you to bring him 
i*e the left- 
exit out of this 
oom into the carpen- 
"'s workshop, take 
•chest key then 
ull the lever to gain access to a 
arge rock which stops you from 
aching a four leafed clover. 
rink the strength potion, 
love the rock and pick up 
he clover. 

| Put the clover on the oracle 
md he opens the door in the 





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maid's bedroom, at the same 
time he asks you for a sign. In 
the maid's room operate the 
floor tile near the suitcase to find 
a playing card r another floor tile 
in this room reveals a compass. 
Take the door key from beside 
the bed. 



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Wacky races 

Back in the carpenter's workshop 
put the compass on the 
Gamblers tomb and take his 
snail. Put the compass on the 
map near to where you found the 
clover and take the St 



Christopher. 
Go back to 
Infinity's- bed- 
room and put 
the snail on the 
racing track. 
Two other 
snails appear 
and they ail have a race, 
George's snail ioses every time 
and you gain nothing. Hunt 
around till you find some 
Vaseline on the floor and put the 
snail on top of it. George's snail 
is transformed into a racing snail. 
Put it back on the track, this time 
it's a dead heat and the caskets 
open. Take a rusty object and the 
diary that contains strange non 
sensical rarmbiings. 

Put the rusty object on the 
sanding machine in 
the carpenter's work- 
shop and take the 
door key. Put the diary 
on the madman's 
tomb in the kitchen 
and take the confusion 
spell. The first key you 
find opens the locked 
door next to the 
Vaseline. Inside is an 
altar with nothing on 
it. Each time you walk 
towards it a pearl 
appears, each time 
you get close enough 
to take it, it disappears 
again, Take the picture 
out of this room. Nearby is the 
maid's room, put the St 
Christopher on the suit case and 
take the travel potion. 

In the kitchen notice the dupli- 
cation stones. The book nearby 
warns you of the passageway 
beyond the locked door, put the 




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^* I safe travel potion 

^Mj^k K on the duplication 
^^B ^^V stone and take both 
iB^^' potions. Open the door 

^with the silver key and travel 
down to the electrical device. 
Drink the safe travel potion and 
pass through unharmed, Pick up 
the sugar, the potion of lies and 
the key to get back out. Pick up 
the note from the Goblin inform- 
ing you that if you give him a gift 
fit for a King he will disarm the 
passageway. The Gobiin sits on 
his sofa. Quickly go back the way 
you came before your potion 
runs out. 

Lies, damn lies 

Each time you look at the carpen- 
ter he tells you he has a gift for 
the King Put the confusion spell 
in front of him and in his con- 
fused state he asks who you are. 
Stand and face him, drink the 
potion of lies and then look at 
the piece of paper in your ruck- 
sack that says 'I am infinity'. 
Lying through your teeth you tell 
him instead that you are the King 
and in his confused state he 
hands over a jewelled box, a gift 
fit for a king. Drink the second 
safe travel potion and travel back 
down to the Goblin. He disarms 
the passageway and opens the 
door into the wizard's room. 

Operate the floor lile and take 
Infinity's teddy bear. Read the 
spell book that tells you how to 
destroy a wizard. Travel through 
the door opened by a lever notic- 




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ard's staff which you need for 
your spell, 

The lever in the mare oper 
the door below the carpenter's; 
workshop and inside is an old 
man who tells you he is hungr 
Notice also the potter's wheel | 
which you place the clay you 
would have found by now. 
Operate the button on the pot- 
ter's wheel and take the soggy 
clay bowl. Put this on the kiln in 
the wizard's room and take the 
fired bowl, Fill this up with the 
stew from the kitchen and deli* 
it to the old man. He rewards' 
with a coin for the piggy banki 
the maid's room, take the fan 
the sword from inside the chest - , 

Back in the wizard's room pu 
the fan on the left-hand altar tha 
prevents you reaching the love 
letter, The fan blows the love leH 
ter of its perch so you can t 






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ing three tombs as you pass, 
Open another door with a lever 
that provides you with a shortcut 
back to the kitchen, Take the sec- 
tion of pipe, take the snooker 
chalk and put it on the tomb of 
the hustler. Take the snooker cue. 

Bake a cake 

in the wall behind the pearl that 
keeps disappearing notice a 
small hole, insert the snooker 
cue in here and the pearl is 
knocked to the Moor allowing you 
to pick it up. This is for the spell. 
By now you will have found the 
objects you need to make a cake. 
Put the cake tin on the 
stove in the kitchen 
and drop inside the 
egg, the flour and the 
sugar. Take the cake 
for use later on. 



Add icing 

Put Infinity's teddy 
bear on his bed and 
take his sleeping pills. 
Put these on the tomb 
of the insomniac near 
to the wizard's room. 
Take the nightmare 
spell and put this in 
front of the cook who 
up until now has told 
you to leave her alone 
because she is sleep- 
ing. Put the cake in 
front of her and she 
ices it foryou. 
In the carpenter's 
workshop put the pic- 
ture onto the saw. 
take the piece of jig- 
saw that fits into the 
incomplete puzzle 
nearby. The chests 
open allowing you to 



takes heavy ball and a 
door key. Put the 
piece of pipe next to 
the glass in the car- 
penter's workshop, 
travel to the other end 
of the pipe that it fits 
onto, then put the 
heavy ball down onto 
it. The toll rolls down 
the length, of the pipe 
and smashes the 
glass that was hiding 
a potion of faith. Save 
this for later use. 

Take the iced birthday cake 
and give it to the maid who has 
been telling you its her birthday 
and now informs you she was 
only joking. She gives you a sap- 
phire for your trouble. The book 
of birth stones will inform you 
that it is the birthstone of Libra. 
Put the sapphire in the scales 
near to the Vaseline, take the 
sign of Libra and give it to the 
oracle who gives you a vase. 

The key from the jigsaw chest 
opens the door into a room 
where there is an identical vase 
on one side of a locked door, 
place your vase opposite and the 
door opens, before you walk 
inside it would be a good idea to 
save the game as this is the 
maze. Pull the lever to open a 
door elsewhere then travel past 
the electrical device, once you 
have done so your potion time 
goes up and then begins to 
descend informing you how long 
you have before the door into the 
maze locks itself, the book at the 
entrance to the maze explains all 
about it. 

Somewhere inside here is a 
chest for which you have the key 
and inside the chest is the wiz- 



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nl cabbage these drays. 

Put the sword on the tomb cl thai 
jeweller nearby and take the 
els, put these on the tomb of the 
jeweller and take the pound 

You now have all the ingrec 
ents for your spell; the pearl, th 
love letter, the pound note and 
the wizard's staff. Put all of the 
objects into the wizard's cauldr 
and take the banish spell in front 
of the wizard who disappears 
into the floor leaving the way 
clear into level two. ■ 



Next Month 

Yes you've guessed it. Part 
one this month so that 
means part two of this 
compete solution next 
month. So more princely 
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Welcome to the second and final part of our complete solution to 
Bloodnet, Gametek's thoroughly engrossing Cyberpunk adventure 
game. Things aren't looking good though as your bloodlust rating 
is rising and Van Helsing and his cronies are vamping it up. Can you 
put an end to their evil ways? You can if you read this ... 

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TRANSTECHNICALS HQ 

Now whereabouts did we get to last month? 
Ah, that's right, in the third room at the 
He I If ire Club. 

In this room you should use the camera to 
record Walter McCalaster, Once that's done go 
to the Transtechnicals HQ. Inside 
Transtechnicals you should enter the lift, go to 
Bill Doug an and talk to him. Enter the lift 
again, but this time go to the Nanotech Lab 
and use the lockpick. 

Once you've done that, go to the warehouse, 
where you should search it thoroughly and 
then get all. 




AUNTIE PERSONNEL 

Go back to Auntie Personnel and sell all the 
weapons you have (bar the white noise 
blasters); the generator stabiliser, all grenades, 
cloaks, soulboxes and deckunits as well as all 
drugs, the multi channel transmitter and any 
armour bar the Kevlar overalls. Phew, part 
exchange heaven! 

Now buy the following equipment instead so 
that everyone (including the sixth member of 
your team) has a white noise blaster, Kevlar 
overalls and three power cells. One you've 
done that, proceed to Central Park, wait until 
PM and then talk to Kimba. 




VAN HELSING S DEPARTMENT 

Move on to Van Helsing's department, kill all 
the vampires there and get everything from 
them. Once that's done go upstairs, search 
the room, get all and use the instapigment 
on yourself. 

Proceed to The Cloisters and once there use 
the camera to record yourself. Go to the 
weapon screen at the bottom right and walk in 
front of the camera. 

Use the camera to play it. Now talk to Sir 
Theodric, then go to the second room in the 
gardens. Here you should get the beads and 
then talk to Sir Sebastian. 





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CAFE VOLTAIRE 

Once you are back at the cafe, go into the 
second room. No you're not going in there for 
an existential chat about the meaning of life 
over a big greasy fry up of double egg and 
chips, you've got some work to do. 

Once you're in the cafe drop the beads and 
talk to Cyril Thorpe twice. 

Enter cyberspace, find a FATS and talk. 
Enter MEDIUM as the well code. Now talk to 
Cyril Thorpe and answer yes. 

Next, exit the net and go back to the 
Cloisters. Go to the second room and talk to 
Sir Sebastian. 



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THE HELLFIRE CLUB 

For this bit of the game you turn yourself into 
a bit of a yes man. Here's what I mean. 
Return to Tackett's Laboratory, enter the net 
once more, only this time talk to Melissa. 
Once you've done this go to Le Phood and 
answer yes. Talk to Melissa and answer 
yes again. 

Back at the Hellfire Club enter the right- 
hand side room and then the Inner Sanctum. 
You'll find Alex Term ant here. 

Talk to Alex before dismissing Melissa. Now 
go to St Pats, talk to Mother Mary and 
answer yes. 

That's it, all the yes-ing's over. 







GRANT'S TOMB 

Go to Grant's Tomb and use the signal 
scrambler. Now go to the next room, get the 
emerald pendant and use the lock picks. Talk 
to Alex Tennant once more and then go back 
to Transtechnicals. 

Enter the lift, go to room 1 1 22 and kill 
everyone! A bit of a radical solution, I know, 
but hey it's not real life and you don't need to 
try to talk things over f irstl 

Oh and make sure that you shoot the 
incubator too. 

Once all that's done, talk to Or John 
Harker, jury rig the pendant and use the 
emerald looker decking unit. 





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CYBERSPACE 

Enter cyberspace. Talk to Deirdre first and 
then a FATS. Enter KANSAS as the FATS' well 
code. Now talk to the lost kids and get the 
real incubus before exiting the net. Talk to Dr 
John Harker then enter cyberspace again. 
Find a FATS, talk to it and enter ELIZABETH as 
the well code. Now all that remains to be 
done is to fight everyone! 

That's it, you've completed the game so 
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The future of 3D animation is revealed in our 
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We've also got full reviews of Directory Opus 5, 
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Cinema 4D preview 70 

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LightWave 4.0 preview 72 

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Directory Opus 5 76 

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All the latest games, demos and disk magazines from the public domain 
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■ Due for Release: TBA ■ Developer: Maxxon ■ O 01525 718 181 

The stakes are being raised in the world of 
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Lightwave 4.0 

I DFR: June ■ Price: £695 ■ Developer: NewTek ■ Supplier: Premier Vision © 0171 721 7050 



LightWave got the 
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up for release, big time 
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Amiga Magazine 
reports on its progress. 



Ofoere can be very few Amiga enthu- 
siasts who haven't heard of 
UghtWave 3D and its award-win- 
ning use on popular TV science-fic- 
tion shows such as Babylon 5 and SeaQuest 
DSV. Originally available only as part of the 
Video Toaster system, and therefore all but 
useless to British users (the Toaster was never 
made in a PAL version, necessary for UK TV 
use), a standalone version of Lightwave (3.5) 
was finally released in the summer of 1994 

By this time Commodore had slipped into 
liquidation, and to cover their backs, NewTek 
started work on conversions of UghtWave for 
other platforms, specifically the PC and Silicon 
Graphics system, This switch, in policy has 




A The new |lnw levture. ih own ihovE. is incredibly luidy for creating sci-fi type effects or reproducing ihe Reanyfimli jlou 



simultaneously benefited and hampered the 
progression of the Amiga version. On one 
hand it's ensured that UghtWave continues to 



grow and wedge itself further into the profes- 
sional 3D animation industry, but on the other 
hand, the shift of emphasis to other platforms 



Here it is - a glimpse of Light Wave 4 in action 

Lei's pal lie tie* features of LighiWave * to the lesi. Here we tie s«e a seiaence wkkk I've created using art Amiia LinkiNavr 4 lesi version. 

The nharaclErislic Ujitlfrau? lens llargs have tee* enhinced hi Ike use of Ikt low 'log' and glow' features. The Amiga version premises to tie last Hi! 

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has meant the updates to the Amiga version 
have been pushed further and further back- 
Having made these commitments, NewTek 
missed one deadline after another and finally 
shipped a pre-release (ie unfinished) 
UghtWave 4.0 for the PC in April of this year. 
The latest estimate we've been given for an 
Amiga release of Version 4,0 is the latter half 
of June '95. 






CD-ROM Only 

UghtWave 4.0 comes on four floppy disks and 

a CD-ROM. so you might expect a bonanza in 
terms of new goodies. The CD supplied with 
the PC Version 4 release (which is aiso 
expected lo be shipped with the Amiga 

■,e) contains 84Mb of files, split into [wo 
sections, one following PC conventions ieight 
tetter fiienames followed by a three tetter 
extension} and one for systems which accept 
long filenames, such as AmigaDos and 
Windows NT. This means that there is actually 
I only 42Mb on the CD, What there is though, is 
ve-y good indeed. 
Unfortunately it's a bit of a mess. There are 
la number of errors involving the naming of 

files. For compatibility with MS-DOS (the low- 
[ est common denominator, as it were) most 
■ files have a name of up to eight letters, fol- 
I lowed by a ihree-letter extension indicating 
I the file type. These include; 

.IFF..,.,.... IFF image 

.LWS LightWave scene 

.LWO Lightwave object 

.MAP .. Image map (usually 

a grey-scale} 

PIC ... Picture 

■SCN Scene file (most 

now use .LWS) 

.SRF ..Surface 

.TG A ....Targa image 

There's a problem with the naming of some of 
the files. When you load a scene, it goes look- 
ing for all of the objects and other files it 
reeds. However, due to the omission of .LWO 
extensions on certain object files, and other 
filenames becoming abbreviated, they cannot 
be found. It's possible that a new CD may be 
compiled for the Amiga release, in which case 
this could be overcome. Let's hope so. 

What's new? 

I had expected to see a very different 
UghtWave from the now-familiar 3.5 I use 



everyday. However, 
with a few minor 
exceptions, such as the 
use of ASL file 
requesters, the look 
and feel is remarkably 
similar, and existing 
users should feel 
immediately at home. 

So. what's in 
Version 4.0? There are 
a number of new fea- 
tures to explore, and 
some minor changes 
have been made for 
compatibility across 
all versions. 

The Modeler sec- 
tion remains virtually 
unchanged, and 
although there is a 
separate Redo feature. 
3.5 always let you 
undo an undo anyway 
The Macro button has 
changed its name to Custom, reflecting the 
wider range of options that will be available 
with the plug-ins from third parties. It appears 
that the 'moving solid' preview mode is likely 
to be dropped, but that's no great loss. 

It is m the Layout program that most of the 
changes have taken place. Most of the main 
menus and requesters now sport a plug-ins 
button (see the screen shots here), but top of 
the list for many seasoned users will be the 
introduction of Inverse Kinematics. For those 
of you unfamiliar with IK, imagine for example 
that if I move a virtual fingertip to press a door- 
bell, the attached virtual arm, shoulder and 
body, if necessary, should follow through, 
according to rules previously established. This 
allows you to build up realistically moving 
interconnected parts, and animate them more 
realistically and with less hassle than before. 

They've made a start, but it's a fairly rudi- 
mentary system so far. However, NewTek did 
warn that IK in UghtWave 4.0 would be pretty 
basic, but half a loaf is better than none, and 
you can expect rapid progress in this area both 
from NewTek themselves and from third-party 
plug-ing. 

The glow feature is an absolute must for all 
those who want to make Ready-8rek ads, and 
a boon for all kinds of sci-fi and other effects 
too, On the other hand, adding glow to objects 
will seriously increase rendering times. Tested 




A Check til Ike new pill ii burtons for the miin melius and requester*, Ecildrl'l ie 

•h*V around He program 



on the Beta version, a simple logo with a lens 
flare thrown in for effect took 23 seconds with- 
out glow, but 74 seconds with glow Switched 
on! However, this doesn't necessarily mean 
that the final release version will produce such 
extended rendering times. 

Control over lens flares has improved, but 
there is still no way to set the number of rays 
for the Star Filter, Actually, some of this sup- 
port was available in 3,5 but was via the 
undocumented LW-lrefs configuration file, 
frankly more trouble than it was worth I Nor is 
there any way to control the shape of the lens 
reflections, a feature that has been available in 
competitors' packages for some time now. 

Another nice new feature, although current- 
ly only on the PC and Alpha versions is the sur- 
face preview window. When experimenting 
with surface attributes, you can map it onto a 
small sphere to get an idea of how it might 
look on your object. Initially, this was thought 
to be too processor-intensive to be worthwhile 
on the Amiga version, but after much outcry, 
the programmers are attempting to implement 
this feature on the Amiga, 

Also planned for LightWave 4.0 is much 
wider support for image file formats such as 
GIF and JPEG images, courtesy of Elastic 
Reality's HII P (Host Independent Image 
Protocol), Elastic Reality were formerly known 
as ASDG. the brains behind Art Department 
Professional and Morph Plus. 

Still on top 

It's easy to fall for the anti-Amiga hype and 

jump ship prematurely, but in our tests, a 
Pentium 90, supposedly 2 to 5 times faster 
than an A400O with a Warp Engine, was bare- 
ly 20% faster. Add to this the fact that the the 
Windows interface is much slower than the 
Amiga's, not to mention the lack of ARexx 
and and you have to wonder why anyone 
would want to change. All being well, we 
should have a full, in depth review of 
LightWave 4.0 (nothing short of the official 
Amiga release version that will appear on the 
shelves! very soon. ■ 
Simon Coombs 



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Directory Opus 5 

■ Price: £59.95 ■ Developer: GP Software ■ Supplier: Wizard Developments © 01322 272908 




Directory Opus 4 went down a storm on our 
February cover disk. Now Version 5 has arrived, 
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©ir&ctory Opus 4 was 
one of a kind. It's sim- 
plicity, power, and ver- 
satility won it friends 
and success around the world. It 
was such a beast that we cover- 
mounted a complete version of 
the program on our February 1995 
issue. No wonder it shot to fame 
as the Amiga's best utility. 

So when we heard the news 
that it was to be upgraded, more 



What is Opus? 

Workbench was designed 
to be very friendly and 
allow new computer users 
to work with the Amiga 
without too much bother. 
The trouble with this is 
that all of the advanced 
features are tucked away 
and only accessible from 
the CLI (command line 
interface} window, which 
takes everything back to 
old fashioned MS-DOS 
style operations. Directory 
Opus was designed to over 
come this problem, allow- 
ing the complex operations 
to be carried out quickly 
and easily, without sacrific- 
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than a little excite- 
ment swept through 
the CU Amiga 
Magazine offices, I've 
now had six months to play with 
it in various beta forms. I've also 
spent several weeks checking the 
final release version and I have to 
say it's even better than I thought 
when writing the preview, 

Independence 

Directory Opus 5 (Opus 5 from 
now on) works using a series of 
independent objects, all of which 
are separate tasks that can do 
their own thing while you work 
with other objects, The objects 
can be banks of buttons for con- 
trolling the program, or windows 
containing fists of files in disks 
and drawers. To give an example 
of this independent nature, imag- 
ine you had windows showing the 
contents of DFO r RAM and a hard 
drive, You could select something 
from the DFO window, and copy 
that file over to the RAM drive 
window. Whilst it's copying you 
can go off and edit another file in 
the hard drive window. 

Bui it gets better, In addition to 
basic file control, you can also 
display pictures and play sound 
samples, You can also process 
files in just about any other way 
you can think oi By assigning but- 
tons to utilities and applications 
on your hard drive, you can make 



mincemeat of previ- 
ously awkward tasks, 
such as unpacking 
archive files, convert- 
ing file formats and 
so on. Satch process- 
ing is simple, as all 
you need to do is 
select a number of 
files before you hit 
the relevant button. 
And it gets better still, 
While Opus can work 
as a self-contained pro- 
gram, it can also work with the 
Workbench or even as a complete 
replacement for Workbench. Any 
Workbench disk icon can have its 
contents displayed in an Opus 
window. This approach means 
that your screen can quickly fill up 
with lots of windows. This is one 
of the few problems of the new 
version, In the previous version 
you had just two listers {Opus 
refers to its windows as listers) 
and a bank of buttons along the 
bottom. All operations were car- 
ried out between these two listers. 
As a result you could use Opus 4 
on a low resolution display (having 
only two listers to display}. 

With a 640 by 266 resolution 
screen, which many people will 
have, the Opus 5 screen can 
quickly fill up with 
masses of overlapping 
listers, which is messy, 
confusing and not 
nearly as friendly. 

The whole set up of 
Opus 5 can be com- 
pletely customised, 
Every aspect of it can 
be tailored to your 
taste and needs. New 
banks of buttons can 
be created, the style 
of the listers can be, 
you can even put but- 
tons and icons inside 
listers so you don't 
need separate 



windows for buttons, saving 
screen space. 

Existing Opus users will be 
pleased to hear that the config- 
urability is just as good as the pre 
vious version, if not better Heck, 
it can even import Opus 4 config- 
urations, although it came 
unstuck once or twice when I 
imported some really complex 
configuration files. 

Amazing 

Opus 5 is astonishing. I know of 
no other program that takes 
advantage of the Amige's multi- 
tasking capabilities in this way. 
Watching a lister simultaneously 
copy a huge collection of files 
from a download directory to a 
permanent hard drive drawer and 
a floppy for back-ups, while unar- 
chiving an LHA file, and displaying 
a text file at once and one one 
screen is wonderfully impressive, I 

Its configuration capabilities 
also ensure it can grow with yoj ' 
and keep up as you use more 
advanced software, It's worth 
pointing out that you'll also get 
more out of Opus 5 as your 
knowledge grows because you 
find new and better ways of 
doing things. 

However it's not all good 
news. In gaining the extra power 
it has lost a tot of its simplicity 
You could easily use Opus 4 with- 
out referring to the manual, but 
you'll have trouble doing this with 
Version 5, This above everything 
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PRODUCT TEST 



The authoritative review 

Several other magazines have reviewed unfinished beta 
versions of the program. How/aver, there are differences 
between the beta version and the one that's currently on 
sale (Version 1.1). These differences are as follows. 
Firstly, Version 1.1 includes a sound module playback 
facility. This wasn't present in the beta test issues. This 
plays Oatn/VJED 4 modules, but doesn't include every 
module format around and we'd recommend you get hold 
of DefiTracker (available from PD libraries) - which is 
much better. It wasn't included in the beta releases 
because GP Software didn't initially have rights to the 
one included with Opus 4 (that came from Innovatronics) 
so they had to write a new one - this wasn't done until 
the main program code was finished. 

Next, a hard drive is essential, not optional. While the 
whole concept of Opus, even Version 4, assumes you'll be 
using a hard drive, Opus 5 is the first version that will 
only work if you have one. This is made perfectly clear in 
the final release version but those using or reviewing beta 
versions may have missed this rather important fact. 





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the new version. The only way 
around this would have been for 
GP Software to supply the pro- 
gram with a simple default config- 
uration, similar to Version 4, 
capturing the instant ease of use 
factor of the earlier release. This 
would, however, have meant that 
most people never used the extra 
power that the program offers - 
something like 85% of Opus 4 
users never went beyond using 
the default settings. I can t think 
of a easy solution. Although I 



A The fwiiNir DOiii cwihgurBligi is still available, In 

understand why GP Software took 
this route, it still doesn't make up 
for the fact that it's not as easy to 
use as the one on our January 
cover disk. 

The extra power and versatility 
also take their toll on hardware, 
Opus is now a hard drive only pro- 
gram and to realty get the most 
out of the program you need a 
monitor capable of supporting 
high resolutions, Neither of these 
are serious problems for anyone 
with a big set up, but they should 
be considered. 

There are several other smaller 
niggles as well, such as the inabili- 
ty to scroll text file displays using 
the mouse buttons, but these boil 
down to personal taste rather than 
faults of the program. 

This is an amazing program and 
about as good an example of what 
the Amiga is capable of as you'll 



likes a lit »1 iettmj up. 

get. If you use the CLI or Opus 4 
on a regular basis it's a must 
have, but do read the manual. ■ 
Andy Leaning 



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Of Photogenics contin- 
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able to touch it for 
24-bit image handling. 

The core program is perfectly 
suited to continual upgrading, as 
it's completely modular in 
design. New modes and 'filters' 
can be written and plugged 
straight in, and they have been 

New additions to the paint 
modes include some texturing 
tools such as cross hatch and 
jitter, which offset alternate rows 
and columns of the picture to 
various degrees, mirage, which 
adds a faint mirrored reflection 
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secondary picture onto the first 
and a few others too. 

in the Loaders section, among 
the file formats such as JPEG, IFF 
and GIF, you'll now find one called 
ProGrab 24. Select this, and you 
can grab video stills from a 
ProGrab 24 RT video digitise r 
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extremely handy. 



A new warp/twirl tool has 
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over the image, and then stretch 
and/or twirl the area according to 
your settings, 

Other additions include the 
print option, which supports any 
Preferences printer and also the 
Studio II colour management sys- 
tem. You can now paint directly 
to any graphics card that sup- 
ports the Cybergraphics standard 
(such as Cybervision 64, Picasso 
II and Retina 23) in either 15/16bit 
colour,, or full 24-bit true colour. 

You can now make use of the 
new HAM-6 rendering module, 
and the 16 colour preview mode, 
but you'll still need a 3,0 operat- 
ing system. 

There are plenty of other little 



additions and improvements 
through the program, 

Anyone upgrading from 1.1 
gets a whole new 150 page 
manual (which is so well writ- 
ten and organised it could con- 
vince you to start reading 
manuals, again). - 

New users of course get the 
full package. Photogenics is a 
superb program, and an essen- 
tial part of any serious Amiga 
user's collection. There's very 
little excuse to be without it. 

For more info on the general 
workings of Photogenics, see 
the review of Version 1 .0 in the 
February '95 issue of CU Amiga 
Magazine. 
■ 

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high quality backgrounds and fonts 
together with lots of exciting visual 
[transitions. No wonder it's become 
the Amiga's most popular video 
titling and presentation system. 
That was a few years ago now, 
Since then it's been updated a 
number if times, but it still remains 
just as easy of use. 

One of Scafa's most appealing 
new features is its support for 



stretchable 
Compugraphic fonts, 
Compugraphic fonts 
are stored as vectors, 
and so can be re-drawn 
at any size without 
becoming jagged 
around the edges, 
However, you'll need 
Workbench 2.1 for this feature- 
Both the horizontal and vertical 
dimensions of Compugraphic fonts 
can be altered, so you can have 
tall thin ones, or short fat ones, 
Standard bitmapped fonts can also 
be stretched, but retain their origi- 
nal aspect ratio, stretching equally 
in both directions. It's a pity there 
are no scalable fonts included with 
the package. Still, there aire a few 
supplied with Workbench and 
thousands more available on PD. 

Image formats 

Another major change in MM4Q0 
is the ability to load a variety of 
picture formats. Through the use 



Previous incarnations 

SCALA HTIOO - Also known as Scala 500, this was a cut 
down version of the original and now discontinued Sea fa 
VS1.13. The HT stands for Home Utter. It comes with & 
range of background pictures, clip art and fonts for the 
home videographer. and a range of text and background 
transitions. Does not support AGA screen modes. Currently 
included with the Amitek Fusion Genlock from Silica. 

SCALA MM 2 OO - Video titling and interactive presentation 
package. Comprehensive range of professional back* 
grounds, clip art and fonts. Supports playback of anima- 
tions and sound samples direct from disk. Very large range 
of transition effects. New Shuffler interface shows thumb- 
nail images of your pages. Includes EX modules to control 
a range of external equipment. 

SCALA MM300 • Upgraded from MM200. Backgrounds can 
now be loaded as brushes and resized. Shuffler interface 
extended to file requester, showing thumbnails of pictures, 
animations and brush files on disk. Drawing tools allow 
lines, rectangles and circles to be drawn within the pack- 
age. More extensive range of transitions. 



of EXs (external modules) Scafa 
MM400 can now load BMP. FLC, 
GIF PCX, TIFF and YUVN images 
as well as PCD pictures from 
Kodak's Photo CDs. It also sup- 
ports Workbench 3 Datatypes, so 
any other file format can be loaded 
if you have the relevant Datatype. 

Once loaded, pictures can be 
re-sized and saved as IFFs. The 
only problem is that when re-sizing 
pictures as backgrounds you can't 
lock the aspect ratio. As most pic- 
tures imported from the PC or Mac 
will not suit the Amiga's screen 
size, re-sizing them usually gives a 
stretched or squashed appear- 
ance. The only way around this is 
to load a blank background and 
then load your picture as a brush 
which can then be freely re-Sized 
in any direction. 

An extra advantage in loading 
odd sized pictures as a brush is 
that they can be automatically 
saved as IFFs but retain a link to 
the original file. The program uses 
the scaled image for speed, but if 
you need to change the size of the 
brush, the program refers to the 
original picture to ensure that it is 
working at the highest resolution. 

Thumbnails 

If you're frustrated by the obscure 
filenames on many CD-ROMs, 
you'll be pleased to see that 
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thumbnail images in full colour. 
You no longer have to load each 
individual file to view it, but can 
scroll though the file shuffler. 

Amongst the other new EXs 
supplied are controllers for 
Frame Machine, VLab, Neptun gen- 
lock and CD32 audio/MPEG- 
Support for the Frame Machine 
and VLAB means that users can 
now grab a frame off video to he 
used directly in MM400 as a back- 
ground or brush. 

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upgrade to MM300 users, or as a 
complete package to new users. 
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always welcome and users only 
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ual, new users deserve a little 
more. The manual we were sup- 
plied with contained MM2G0>docu- 
mentation with an addition for 
MM300 users and another addition 
for MM400. Surely it's about time 
that Scafa got down to rewriting 
the manual considering the price 
of the package? In all, though. 
MM40Q is a welcome addition to 
the Scala range and a worthy 
upgrade for Scala fans. ■ 
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If you're not familiar with the origi- 
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columns. Where the 
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The database is creat- 
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columns. So if you 
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lection it's likely that one column 
would be for the artist's name, one 
for the title of the album, another 
for the record label and so on. 
What I particularly liked about the 
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numbers representing the cata- 
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requests but doing so means a 
through dabble with the included 
Arexx macro language and I can't 
see that appealing to the majority 
of people out there. 

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German 

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©offering from an un re- 
quited love affair with 
my French teacher, I 
was interested to see 
what 10 Out of 70s German tuto- 
rial software could do for me. 



German is designed for anyone 
aged eight years or older, specifi- 
cally for those on key stages three 
and four of the national curriculum 
and those revising for GCSEs. It's 
a collection of six games, with the 
emphasis on vocabulary. In 
most cases, the player is 
asked to match up pictures 
to words. For example "ein 
Ei' must be matched to a 
picture of a fried egg fei' 
being the German word for 
egg of course). Let's take a 
look at the games then. 
First up is a game called The 
Cat. A fat cartoon cat stands 
m the middle of the screen 
waving his- paw at you. 
while words appear one by 

Match a picture and a wwd and the est Mill da t widilt I'jekth one belOW him, Pictures of 




various objects scroll up and down 
the sides of the screen. The idea is 
to click on the picture that match- 
es the word. The trouble here (and 
in all of the other games) is that 
the pictures are so badly drawn 
that it's hard to know what half of 
them are supposed to be. Fot 
example, there's a yellow oblong 
with a white bit at the top. various 
coloured blobs, and a thing that 
looks like a French cheese. To be 
fair, most objects are recognisable, 
but there are plenty of mystery 
items in there. 

Other games include Ski Lift, in 
which you're presented another 
small picture, and given three 
choices of word to match it to. 
There's a yeti sitting in a ski lift, 
and the object is to stop him 
reaching the summit by answering 
the questions correctly. Word 
Search asks you to pick out 
German words from a grid of let- 
ters. Partner is another 'match the 
picture to the word' game. The 
Wail is probably the worst 
Breakout game you've ever played, 
in which you break through the 
bricks to hit pictures that corre- 
spond with certain words. Stones 
is a counting game. 

10 Out of 10 German is 




Hie games are ton simple to he nl any benefit 

presented as if it's aimed at very 
young children, but hopes to 
appeal to GCSE students. 
Frankly I can't see it happening, 
The production values are off- 
putting, with nasty, ear-piercing 
sound effects and messy little 
graphics. The games them- 
selves are tedious, mainly due 
to their acute simplicity. It will 
benefit anyone who has the 
time and patience to sit through 
it, but surely the idea of using a 
computer for learning is that it's 
more fun, more interesting and 
more inspiring than using tradi- 
tional methods? Back to the 
drawing 
board 
methinks. 
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Price: £25.95 ■ Supplier: 10 Out of 10 CO 01142 780370 



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fructumd Spetfiny is 
from the same camp 
as 70 Out of JO 
German. It's aimed 
ai anyone aged up to nine years. 
On the menu there's a game 
called Diver, which is remarkably 
similar in format to The Cat game 




from the German software, A word 
appears in the middle of the 
screen, while various letters scroll 
up and down either side. The play- 
er has to 'spear' the correct letters 
to spell out the word. 
„ Painter presents you with two 
words and asks you to match let- 
ters that appear in both 
words by painting them 
the same colour. The 
remaining letters also 
have to be painted differ- 
ent colours before you 
can move onto the next 
set of words. 

Astroword is the most 
appealing of the games, 
and has you guiding a 
teddy astronaut around 
the screen, homing in on 
the area containing a word 



that describes a picture at the 
bottom of the screen. 

Keeper gives you five 
objects descending the screen. 
You have to click on each one 
as its name appears below, in 
order to stop them reaching 
the bottom. Go Cart is a 
pathetic attempt at a car racing 
game, in which you drive along 
a vertically scrolling road, 
bumping into letters to spell 
out words. Finally there's Drifter. ta,Mwnt H prmw ' '" * fc tanH * tma 
m which you guide a drill through 
the earth to one of four pictures at 
the bottom . 

Compared to a straight spelling 
test, a game of Structured Spelling 
would be more appealing, but not 
much. The producers have put a 
lot of thought and time into the 
system, but the bottom line is that 




the games needed to be much 

better to create a sense of fun. 

However, they are more like poor 

'type in' Spectrum games from 

the 80s. A 

bit of a 

let-down. 

really. ■ 

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Animal lovers will find some excellent photos on the Animal Kingdom CD, Forget the fact 
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Temple Of 

AGA demo 



The main criticism of this Oxyron production 
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small part of the screen, surrounded by a fair- 
ly plain border. Although this may be done pri- 
marily for presentation reasons, it just makes 
it look as though they're compensating, for 
slow code. Whatever the case, the range of 
effects are good, including phong vectors, vector balls, a 
very nice animation sequence, 'relief feedback' on what looks 
like BOBs (!}, texture-mapped opaque and transparent poly- 
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spinning RGB vector 
effect. The music is 
not synchronised to 



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Roots 2 

demo 

Sanity have produced 
some of the most 
outstanding 
demos on 
the Amiga. 

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original Roots was released a long time ago (at 
The Party 3 in December '93) in an unfinished 
form due to the time restrictions of the party, Now. 
it's in its full form, with nine pictures, 19 effects and 
two modules - all on one disk! The question is, where 
to start? Gouraud shadowing on a psychedelic background, brilliant 
zooming, rotation and perspective effects on pictui^s, morphing 
vector tunnels 6 globes, distinctive graphics, plasma screens and 
[much more! f his is all accompanied by music which blows you 
away and, in the usual Sanity style, syncs with perfect action . 

Everything about this screams quality; it's got that edge which 
[sets it apart from the usual bunch. Plus it's not AGA. You do need a 

68020 or higher but all this 
is done in OCS./ECS 
modes! If you want to see 
how demos should be 
done, get this. 

Available from: 
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the action very well but it's nice. And that's all there 
about this demo - nice. There's nothing outstanding 
but nevertheless it's worth a gander. 



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really is to say 
to distinguish it 




Drugstore 

demo 



It's not often nowadays you get good 
demos which don't require the AGA 
chip set but this month we have two! 
This one, from Abyss, features the 
usual demo fare but with subtle twists 
which give it that edge. There are dot- 
mapped pictures, plasm a vectors which 
make boxes spirt and morpti, the age-old sine scroller in a 
circle which then displaces a picture into a wave and 
clear vectors that magnify the picture beneath. 

The second part is better still, as the music changes into 
a thumping house track, with a 'tribute' (rip off) to 
"Brainstate In A Box". But remember, that demo needed 
AGA - this doesn't. Spline tunnels and dot landscapes 

round off the ensemble to 
good effect. Dust off your 
A1000 and slap this in! 

Available from: Freestyle 
PD, 108 Woodside Way, 
Short Heath, Willenhall, 
West Midlands WV12 
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Price: £2,00 plus SOp 
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PD SCENE 



One level AGA preview 

We are all well aware of Doom 
on those PC (spit) thingies, 
and coders on the Internet 
have been busily beavering 
away tor ages trying to get a 
similar game onto the Amiga, 
This, it seems, is pretty much 
as close as anyone's got so far 
(if you saw our preview of the 
full game last month you'll 
know what I mean). In this 
demo level you scour around the maze in first-person per- 
spective, blasting away at the nasties that appear, solving 
puzzles, collecting treasure and basically having a pretty 
fun time doing it! 

It feels extremely smooth - the graphics don't jerk 
around and they're in a fairly decent resolution. The final 
version promises many more levels and much more difficull 
ty; this demo is easy to to finish. With those extras added, 
Fears promises to be a damn fine game. 



Available from: OnLine PD, 1 The 
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Price: 75p plus 75p post and packing. 




Das Omen 

AGA demo 



Often, for me, it's the music that makes demos 
With this one C-Lous have provided a nice 
dancey track which keeps your interest on 
the screen as it flows along. However, this 
can't make up for the lack of effects, even if 
those which appear are nice. Expanded ani- 
mations and the usual Gouraud and vector 
objects appear, plus some fantastic picture 
manipulation, such as those seen in Virtual 
Dreams' "Full Moon". It's decent, but not 
prize-winning material, 





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Cyberpunk 
Now issue 4 

Most disk mags 
arrive with a flashy 
user interface and all 
mariner of twiddly 
bits. Cyberpunk Now 
breaks with this tra- 
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Workbench. The 
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are taken from the 
Internet, many being FAQ (Frequently 
Asked Questions) files, but there's a good 
range of original fiction and short reviews 
of films and books, too. The quality of the 
pictures, however, leaves a lot to be 
desired. The featured material and grab 
quality aren't very good, and-neither is the 
single {old) Tobias Richter animation con- 
tained in this issue. 

That said, this magazine would have real 
potential if more original- articles were put 
into it and the quality of the presentation 
was increased a little. 

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D.I.S.C. 
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Whereas Grapevine has a wide scope of sub- 
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afterthought. For scene stuff, though, it's 
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there are other interesting bits and pieces, but 
it's not something you'd come back to time 
and time again to look through, unlike 
Grapevine which has some articles which you 
could enjoy repeatedly. 



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714591. Disk No.: 

AM006. Price: 

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Grapevine 
issue 21 

Even with Pazza stepping down from 
the editorship of GV, the quality remains. 
However, whether you enjoy disk mags 
depends a great deal on how much you 
enjoy 'the scene'. A lot of what's con- 
tained here, and in the others, is to do 
with which groups, artists, and musi- 
cians are the 
best, debating 
! 'why is the 
j scene dying' 
! endlessly, and 
; rambiing on 
j about why 
Commodore 
is/was so awful. Yet there's more to 
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famine {there's even a proposed solution! J, 
'do women ask for it?' (no is the answer 
there boys, according to Grapevine}, God. 
the Tories, astrology, drugs, original fiction 
and humour, plus stacks more. Some of the 
articles are a bit shaky but the spirit is there 
The two disks are packed and the music : 
and interface are superb. Next issue promis- 
es to go AGA only and have multitasking 
capability. Grapevine achieves what it sets I 
out to do - serve the Amiga demo communi- 
ty a variety of interesting material. 



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Dreams of 

Music demo 



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Six tracks of OMD and New Order-influenced music are on 
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module format, and can be freely loaded into Oct a MED for 
further perusal. Sound quality is good throughout, and mel- 
low melody fans would do well to check it out. 



Available from: Sea soft Computing, Unit 
3 r Martello Enterprise Centre, Courtwick, 
Little ha mpton. West Sussex, BN17 7PA. 
Price: £1.50 plus 50p post and packing. 



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AGA demo 

prazzle Atkins is obviously a big fan of Reservoir Dogs, as this tribute 
to the movie proves, it's a four-disk. 6Mb demo consisting of digi- 
rtised stills and sound bites from the film. Occasionally some of the 
graphics are animated through a few short frames. The sound quality 
[is a bit rough, but adequate, and the niaphics are clean enough. The 
[rouble is that it's seems rather pointless. As a piece of Reservoir 

Oogs memorabilia, it's OK, but it 
would be cheaper and far more 
entertaining to just hire the video. 





Available from: Freestyle PD, 
18 Woodside Way, Short Heath, 
Willenhall, West Midlands 

WV12 5NH. Tel: 
01922 710985, 
Price: £4 plus 5 Op 
post and packing. 





Lech 

AGA demo 

Atop demo and no mistake! The 
theme running through most of the 
effects is texture mapped and shad- . 
ed vector graphics, but don't let that 
put you off. Starting with a flight 
around a cityscape, it soon moves on 
to some gouraud-shaded doughnuts. 
The obligatory Doom section is next, 

followed by some brief but attractive plasma-covered vectors. Back 
to the cityscape again, and this time it's gone all foggy. Then out of 
the greyness comes a massive vector doughnut. The 'camera' slips 
inside it and starts going round in circles. Fab! The effects come 
and go within a few seconds of each other, so unfortunately it's all 

over in a flash. 



Available from: Freestyle 

PD, 18 Woodside Way, 

Short Heath, Willenhall, 

West Midlands WV12 5NH. 

Tel: 01922 710985, Price: 

£1 plus 

50p 

post and ' 

packing. 





Green Day 

AGA demo 

You'll need a hard drive for this one. That usually means you're in for 
something special, but Green Day never quite gets off the ground. 
It begins with an expanded 3D animation that's just a bit too 
chunky to look good. Texture- mapped cubes are up next, with 
some interesting variations on the simple theme. Then there's the 
alien planet landscape, some blurred vectors and a twisty tunnel 
that doesn't really cut it. Despite some good points. Green Day is 

ultimately disappointing. 

Available from: Freestyle PD, IS 
Woodside Way, Short Heath, 
Willenhall, West Midlands, WV12 
5NH. Tel: 01922 710985. Price: 
£2 plus 5 Op poet and packing. 




Sun 

AGA slideshow 

Incredibly crisp pictures make up this 2* disk slideshow 
from TRSI. Take a look at the pics here to get an idea of 
what's on offer. The soundtrack is a pleasant Eny a* sam- 
pling tune that goes well with the graphics. An essential 
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personal accounts 



If you've go* about ten different bank accounts, all 
sorts of credit cards and you want to find out exactly 
how much you're in credit (or debt!), you could simply 
sit down with a ledger and a pencil and work it out, 
You'd probably have no hair left on your head by the 
end of the exercise though. But why bother when 
Spondulix is available. 

Written by Jack Pritcriard {of EpochMaster fame) it 
is a powerful, versatile and easy to use personal 
accounts spreadsheet. You can set up a number of 
accounts into which you enter transactions. These 
accounts make up your entire portfolio, which 
you can look at from an overall perspective and 
discover the true depth of your financial woes 
at a glance. Becoming depressed has never 
been made easierl 

You can generate graphics, interlink 
account transactions.use exchange rates invisi- 
bly, set up automated entries {eg: direct debit- 
sand standing orders) including automated 
cut-off dates, print out your accounts, create 
shopping lists and invoices, attach reminders 
and notes to accounts, user-definable macros 
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tion, and you can configure it all to your own 
personal tastes. 

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of entries per account whereas when you register (£16 or £1 7 from the author, depending on 
your requirements), the maximum number is 1,000. A wise purchase. 

Available from; Saddle tramps PD, 1 Lower Mill Close, 
Goldthorpe, Rotherham, South Yorkshire S63 9BY. Tel: 01709 
888127. Dish Mo: B52. Price: 95p including post and packing. 




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Imagine 3 texture renderer 

3D modellers jump for 

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and rendered onto plane a, cylinders or 

spheres for testing. Images can then be 

saved out as 24-bit files (and in JPEG or 

Targaformats). 

Renders can also be adjusted as 
required with parameters such as axis 
positioning, alignment and size, lighting, 
and colours. And there is also an ARexx 
port which controls all features. 

The user-friendly environment is a 
bonus to this versatile program as it 
which utilises floating windows for con- 
figurability and comes with good on line 
support documentation. Essential for 
anyone serious about rendering. 

Available from: Roberta Smith DTP, 190 
Fa 1 1 ode n Way, Hampstend Garden 
Suburb, London NW11 6JE. 
Tel: 0181 455 1G26. 
Price: 90p plus 50p 
post and packing. 
Requires WB 2.04 or 
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EasyCalc 2. Ob 

spreadsheet 



I hate to admit it but when you look at Quattro Pro and other spreadsheets on 
the PC you have to be a little envious, EasyCslc, however, by Andrew Woods 
goes some way towards readdressing the ha la nee. The program has all the 
essential features of a spreadsheet, including bookmarks, macros, cell notes, 
and so on. plus bar graph creation and exporting. The documentation is very 
thorough, providing as much information as you need to make sure you learn as 
you go along and includes example worksheets to play with. Registration and 

the futl version is supplied for £20 by 

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1617. Disk No. A1103. Price: 
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Disney Clips 

clip art 

There's not a lot one can say about c 
other than that it's either good or bad 
This disk is somewhere in 
between! Contained on the one * 
disk are 22 low resolution pic- 
tures and brushes of characters 
like Mickey, Donald and most 
other Disney characters, 
They images are all very colourful, 
but quite blocky. Scaled down some 
don't look too bad but, being 
bitmapped, they're never going to 
be perfect. 

Available from: On Line PD, 1 
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Pro-Gamble 2.1 

racing predictor 



Ali Prior is back with his race predictor program. The going, form and race informa- 
tion is entered through the simple interface and then the program provides predic- 
tions, along with suggested bets, In this demo version the Placepot perming 
feature is disabled and you are limited to two races per day, although the full reg- 
istered version, (£20, from the author), has unlimited 
race numbers. Worth a look if you enjoy a flutter. 

Available from: OnLine PD, 1 The Cloisters, 

Halsall Lane, 

Form by, Liverpool, L37 3PX. 

Tel: 01704 834335. 

Price: 75p plus 75p post 

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Pro Lottery 1 . 1 

lottery predictor 



You've probably seen those adverts in the Sunday papers for 'Lottery 
Pens' which 'work on the same basis as the real lottery machine'. You 
know - the pen with the sphere on top, full of little balls. Apparently, 
some people buy them! I can see no excuse for such behaviour myself 
but, if you can be persuaded that technology could help you win a 
squillion. Pro Lottery could be for you! 

The author, Ali Prior, seems to thrive on predicting results - he's also 
responsible far Pro Gambie. Pro Lottery lakes the results from past lot- 
tery draws, handles lucky numbers and syndicate entries, draws graphs, 
makes predictions and suggests numbers each week. How accurate it 
proves to be is down to those who use it, and luck. Lots of luck. But, 

er, if you win the lottery with 
this program don't forget I told 
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Available from: Roberta Smith 
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tutorial 

There are many excellent books available now which guide you through the 
quagmire of terminology and technology of trying to get to grips with your 
Amiga. Yet even these can sometimes drag into technical hell. 

However, on this disk, Steve Bye of F1 Licenseware attempts to talk to you 
straight about the subject o ^Workbench menus. Simple though they may seem, 
they hold many devious little secrets! With the use of an AmigaGuide hypertext 
file and stacks of pictures to accompany the tutorial, it gives you the informa- 
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Studley's HD 
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hard drive game installers 

Amiga games software is often released to be 
played only from disk, meaning hard drive users 
miss out on the various obvious advantages hav- 
ing them installed. However, Version 3 of 
Studley's has come up with a crop installers for, 
amongst others, PJaddin AG A ; Benefactor; Bump 
& Burn; Jungle Strike; Lion King; Mortal Kombat 
2; Rise of the Robots; Sensible World of Soccer; 
Skid Marks 2 and Uridium 2. If you've got any of 
these games and a hard drive, they may be worth 
a look, but remember it is technically infringing 
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intended not to be HD installed for piracy reasons. 



Available from: Freestyle PD, 
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Multi & Pro-FS 

disk file systems 

A selection of eight filing system utilities and replace- 
ments are contained on this one disk. Professional Fife 
System 9.5 (PFSj replaces Kickstart 2 or 3's filing system, 
making reads, writes, scans and so on that bit faster - 
and increasing floppy formatted disk size by 10% for 
both DD and HD floppies, It can also handle small hard j 
drive partitions. 

Multi-FS 1.2 acts as an interface between file sys- 
tems, so you can choose what filesystem to use on par- 
ticular disks. Deftcons changes the fake 'Work bench 
icons (utilised by the Show All Files function) into more I 
meaningful ones. SeiTDRetry 37, 7 cuts down FS recogni- 
tion time, such as when you insert a PC formatted floppy 
into your drive. DiskSpareDevt'ce 2.2 replaces 
trackdisk.device and increases the format size of HD arm 
DD floppies. CrunchDisk 1.2 packs disks (like DMS) 
which use PFS, DiskSpare and so on. QutetTD accesses 
DiskSpare type disks quicker. 

Finally. StatRAM 3.1 is a RAM drive, such as VD0:but 
is seven times faster. This is a nice collection of pro- 
grams, with balance and variety and some of the pro- 
grams interlink with others so you can set up your own, 
personalised file system. 

Available from: KEW=II Software, P.O. Box 672, 

South Croydon, Surrey, 

CR29YS. Tel: 0181 6S7 1617. 

Disk No. U1137. Price: £1.50 

including po stand packing. 

Requires WB 2 or higher. 







PD Updates 

Amiga Fax is now up to version 1.42 which adds 
Class 2 fax support. HD motors can cause sleep- 
less nights when rendering, as anyone with a 
system in their bedroom will know! Programs 
like HD Sleep can solve that problem. Magic 
Workbench users should check out their PD 
library for the stacks of new icon packs that are 
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up your own library. For this tutorial we will be 
using CU Amiga Magazine reviews as our 
data and we want to be able to search for all 
reviews of specific types of product. So, if 
you're looking for a new printer you can sim- 
ply ask ProCalc to list all printer reviews in CU 
Amiga Magazine. 

The database should also be able to limit 
the search to reviews of printers within a 
specific price/rating range. For example, if 
you wanted to find a CU Amiga 
Recommended printer that you could buy 
for, say £300, the database should search 
for any printers in that price range that have 
received a score of 90% and over. If there 
is only one that matches those require- 
ments you could perhaps widen your 
options by dropping the score to 80% and 
maybe increasing your price range 

Getting started 

The first thing we need to do is build the 
structure of the database ie the number and 
names of the fields in the records. Remember 
that ProCalc databases build upon the its 
basic grid structure, ie fields are horizontal , 
columns, vertical rows new records, 
Assuming you've loaded ProCalc move the 
cell cursor to A2 and enter the following field 
names which should run across the screen 
from A2 to F2; 

Product [return] 
Type [return] 
Type2 {return] 
CU Score [retiu 
Price [return] 
Date [return] 

Now to enter some records and give our 
base some data (for this example we are 
using the technical reviews from the Januan^- 
'95 issue), Move the cell cursor to A3 and 
enter the following. Note: press return every 
time you see a comma and move the cursor 
to the start of a new row when you reach the 
end of each line. Also set the cursor to move 
to the right in the preferences requesl 

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Your screen should now look like figure 1. 
The contents of columns B and C determine 
the type of product that the review is of. 
Column B will be either software, hardware. 
CD. or other - and allows you to search the 
database for basic product types ie all hard- 
ware, or CDs. The data in column C is a sec* 
ondary product type, is more detailed and 
depends upon the contents of column B. If the 
product was software this field could be 
accounts, programming, DTR database, utility, 
wp, graphics, or video. Possible hardware 
entries include sampler, accelerator, printer, 
monitor, hard drive and modem. 

In figure 1 we've only used some of these, 
and of course you can create as many types 
as you want There's nothing to stop you enter- 
ing games, PD. shareware review data, any- 
thing you wish. 

However, If you do you'll quickly find that 
you run off the bottom of the screen and the 
field names disappear off the top as the win- 
dow scrolls. Here you can use the freeze facility 
to keep the field names, stored in row 2. on 
screen as the other rows scroll off it. Move the 
cursor to row 2 and click on the 
'Options/Freeze/Row' menu. See our January 



Manipulation 

OK now we've got some data it's 
time to test out some ways of 
manipulating it. The first technique 
is to sort it into order. As we discov- 
ered in the June issue we can sort 
the data using any of the fields to 
determine the sorted order. Moving 
the cell cursor to column A and 
selecting Sort will shuffle the data 
into alphabetical order using the 
product names. Alternatively you 
could sort it on the type of product! 
so all printers were next to each 
other, or on score. It's your choice. 
To search for a specific entry we 
first need to think about wharf we're after A 
common use will be to search for a review 
score of a product you're about to buy. This is 
dead easy. Move the cursor to G2 and type in 
PRODUCT. Now in ceil G3 type in 
J =="PageStream"" and define this as a search 
criteria I see June tutorial). When you use this it 
will find the record with the product name of 
PageStream You can change PageStream to 
the one wanted. 

That's all very well, but what if you didn't 
know the product name and just wanted a DTP 
package. Simple. Change the word PRODUCT 
to TYPE2', and PageStream' to DTR Now when 
you search it will compare the contents of the 
field TYPE2 in every record to the word DTP 
and move the cursor to those records How 
about looking for reviews of a products using 
several different types of search. How about 
reviews of products that scored 85% and al 
but have prices below £60? 

In cell G2 type PRICE, and in cell H2 type CU 
SCORE. In cell G3 type '-< -50.00', while in 
cell H3 '=>-85'. This searches for all records 
where the contents of the PRICE field are less 
than or equal to £50, When it finds them it then 
checks if the value in the SCORE field is greater 
than or equal to 85, If it finds a record that they 
both match the cursor moves to it. 

That about finishes this months tutorial off, 
Next month I'll be looking at further database 
techniques. Until then have fun putting some 
order into your life. ■ 
Andy Leaning 



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BUYERS GUIDE 



Buyers Glide 



Setting up your 
own personal 
office at home is 
easy when you 
have an Amiga, 
some peripherals 
and follow our 
expert shopping 
advice, of course. 



Oudging by the amount 
of national press hype 
and coverage recently, 
you'd be forgiven for 
thinking that only a top of the price 
range PC could hook you up to the 
internet or enable you to run a busi- 
ness from home, But we know bet- 
ter, Wfth your Amiga you can join 
the global web and run your busi- 
ness for a lot less money than your 
PC owning mates. Most Amiga 
owners know this already but are 
less sure about the physicality of 
setting up their home office and 
linking into the web. In this buyers 
guide we'll look at common areas 
of concern, what you need to start 
and what to look out for when you 
are shopping around for your home 
office goodies. 

The internet 

There can't be many people who 
haven't heard about the Internet, 
if you haven't you should read 



your email! It's a huge network of 
people all communicating using 
their computers and linking up 
over telephone networks. But a lot 
of people are still confused by all 
the technical hype surrounding it 
as to how to actually log on to the 
thing. Our lead feature this issue 
should clear up any remaining 
queries you might have so I won't 
go into it too much here. 

To join this network you need 
a modem, a piece of hardware 
that allows your Amiga to hook 
up to the telephone, One major 
consideration to bear in mind 
when you are buying a modem is 
to go for the fastest model you 
can afford as. it'll save you money 
on phone bills. 

Once you've got a modem you 
need software. Luckily Amiga 
comms software is available as 
shareware, which should set you 
back little or nothing. Contact one 
of the main shareware libraries 
and ask for either NCOMM or 
TERM. These two are the main 
programs to get you started. 
Refer to this month's feature for 
further details. 




A Fir 1 the fains office b |iii priiler u trial. 



If you're running a small business 
from home you'll find Easy Ledger 
from GP Software more than ade- 
quate for your needs. It's available 
from most Amiga dealers, or 
Wizard Developments on 01322 
272908 (price: £199.99}. For look- 
ing after home finance you could 
also try out MyMoney, from 
MySoft, 71 Springfield Avenue. 

Whitehaven CA28 6TT. 
You could also do with 
a spreadsheet. This 
will allow you to make 
business plans ahead, 
monitor cash flow, etc, 
HereCU Amiga 
Magazine can really 
help you save some 
cash. Our November 
1994 issue had the full 
version of ProCafc on 
the cover disk r and this 
is without doubt one 
of the best Amiga 
spreadsheets available 
- it'll even load Lotus 



1-2-3 files from PCs. Call our back 
issues department on 01858 
468888 for a copy. 

So fax me 

First there was the phone, then 
came the answer phone, now any 
budding work-a-holic has to have 
a home fax. To use your Amiga as 
a fax you'll need any modem that 
complies with the signals issued 
by normal fax machines, Such 
modems are labelled, sensibly 
enough. Fax Modems. We recom- 
mend the X-Link modems, call 
Wizard on 01322 272908. 

You'll also need software to 
handle fax documents, Wizard 
provide GP Fax software for £34 
with the X-Link models. 
Alternatively try Supra Fax 
Modems from Gordon Harwood, 
on 01773 836781. 

Answerphones 

The Amiga can be used as an 
answer phone but it's more diffi- 
cult to organise this. You'll need a 
GVP PhoneRak, but as GVP are no 
longer in business so it's getting 
rather difficult to get hold of these 
Zorro expansion cards. Try Silica 
on 0181 309 1111 or Power 
Computing on 01234 273000. 

WPeasy 

For creating letters, typing up 
reports for the office, or any other 
typed document a good word 
processor is vital, and thankfully 
the Amiga has no shortage of 
these. Our preferred choice is the 
SoftWood Final Writer. This is 
available from SoftWood UK 
iprice: £74.95) On 0.1773 521606- 
If you're working on documents 
from an office PC you'll need to 
save the documents as ASCII 
when transferring it to and from 
the Amiga, and of course save the 
files to a PC disc (PC0:). 

DTP queen 

For creating leaflets., flyers, 
adverts, and other promotional 
material you'll want a DTP pro- 
gram, Here your choice is slightly 
limited. Currently PageStream V3 
is the only DTP program available. 
However it is more than adequate 




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for all your DTP requirements 
including colour work, Available 
from Gordon Harwood on 01773 
836731 (price: £229,95). If you're 
doing DTP work you could also 
do with a CD-ROM drive for get- 
ting clip art For CD clip art take a 
look through our CD-ROM 
reviews over the last couple of 
months For information on CD 
drives and interfaces call Hi Soft 
on 01525 718181. 

And the rest ... 

If you're serious about using your 
Amiga for any kind of home office 
work it's worth investing in some 
extra hardware. A hard drive, 
accelerator, good quality screen, 
monitor, and extra RAM will all 
greatly improve productivity. 

Hard drives for the A1200. 
A600, and A4000 are available 
from just about every Amiga deal- 
er, try Flash tech on 01736 331999 
for some good deals. For A500 
hard drives call Power Computing 
01234 273000, ■ 

For accelerators we recom- 
mend either the Blizzard range 
from Gordon Harwood, see word 
processing for the number, 
Visage Computers (01 1 5 944 
4501 } also do a very fast A1 200 
accelerator. For monitors try 
Silica, 0181 309 1111, who sell 
the Microvitec 1438. 

And finally for printers we sug- 
gest you try out the Star SJ-144 
Inkjet (price; £249), it prints in 
colour and at high resolution, Star 
are on 01494 471111. ■ 
Andy Leaning 



103 



TUTORIAL 



Graphics Ma 



The divisions between reality and fantasy 
have long been blurred. Now Photogenics 
gives you some of the power to manipulate 
images in such a way that only you will know 
what's real and what's fake. 




Ot's never really been 
true that The camera 
never lies'. But with 
the advent of electron- 
ic image manipulation it's harder 
than ever to trust images. 

And that's not just the clever 
ads, where the impossible is rou- 
tinely made to happen. Doubt has 
been cast on historic pictures 
claiming to be authentic - in 
recent memory there's the 
famous shot of Lee Harvey 



The fab five! 

You know the sad kind of fan 
who has their picture taken 
alongside a cardboard replica of 
their heroes? This is pretty 
much the same - but more high- 
tech! You can actually step 
'inside' the picture of your idols 
for a unique memento. 

Being both sad and old, I 
chose the Beatles as my 
source. The main digitis. 
image was a 24 bit colour scan 
in GIF format, and it was taken 
from a CD full of images 

Once loaded into Photogenics 
(there was no need to convert 
the image format as the program 
interprets GIFs) I loaded in a 
head shot of myself into the sec- 



Oswaid showing off with his rifle ■ 
which, according to some, is just 
a fake to implicate the man 
accused of assassinating 
President Kennedy. 

Earlier still. Russian despot 
Joseph Stalin had his one-time 
ally Trotsky erased from pho- 
tographs of them taken in friend- 
lier times. 

So when someone sits down 
at a computer and makes 
changes to a digitised picture, 



ondary slot. But before combin- 
ing the images. I had to remove 
all traces of the background to 
my face, including the ears 
because it was simply the fea- 
tures I was going to u 

This is quickly done in 
Photogenics using the filled 
polygon tool and tracing around 
the area to be blacked out. 
Once fixed, changes are made 
to the image and the real busi- 
ness Qf trickery can begin. 

Using the Image/Compose 
menu item, I was able to pre- 
cisely position my face on top of 
John Lennon's head, It is also 
vital to get sizing right, and this 
is easily achieved by using the 
drag-handles on the overlaid 



they're part of a long standing tra- 
dition. Is this practice right or 
wrong ? I guess it all depends on 
your motives. Sticking the head of 
a famous person onto a risque 
shot may seem like a bit of fun, 
but do it maliciously and you 
could end up in big trouble. 

The movies, too, have cottoned 
on to the fact that new twists can 
be added to authentic material, 
Woody AHen's Zelig incorporated 
many original newsreel shots with 



image. This way pic- 
tures containing ele- 
ments of wildly 
differing sizes can be 
porated to look 
as if they are in cor- 
rect proportion to 
each oil 

Once the position- 
ing was achieved I acti 
vated the Blend In 
button on the 
Compose requester, 
and using a medium 
sized airbrush in free- 
hand paint mode I 
touched up the image 
to allow recognisable portions of 
my face to remain over Lennon's, 

Decreasing the size of the air- 



the lead character superimposed 
on them, to make him pan of the 
recorded event. 

And more recently multi-awar 
winning movie Forest Gump has 
Tom Hanks stumbling through 
America's recent past via film 
trickery where it is impossible to 
see the joins. Maybe a generation] 
of kids will believe he actually did 
meet JFK. 

All this brings me to our final 
topic; using Photogenics to lie - in 
the nicest possible way. The pro- 
gram offers unparalleled opportune I 
ties to manipulate one or more 
images seamlessly. The subtle 
nuances of shading and original 
grain can be simulated on your 
Amiga as you mist and match 
images, Here are a few light-heart- 
ed examples to give you some 
ideas to play around with, 




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A lovely black and white pic- 
ture of Marilyn Monroe is 
given the high-tech treatment 
to colourise it. Using 
Photogenics" Tint made you 
can stain images any colour. 
The trick is to choose the cor- 
rect colour so that when it is 
overlaid on the yreyscalc 
image, it isn't too stark. Trial 
and error are the only ways to 
judge this; adding small test 
areas of colour at different 
translucent y settings is nec- 
essary and easy with the 
Undo function. Once the cor- 
rect colour match is discov- 
ered, use the freehand fill tool 
to outline the are to colour. 
Note the extra work on the 



touch 



Adding a 
of colour 

Some of the most striking pic- 
tures of Marilyn Monroe were 
taken early in her career, and in 
black and white. You might 
want to transform these 
grayscale images of the beauty 
into a full technicolour ones. 
Happily, Photogenics allows you 
to make this transformation 
beautifully, keeping alii the under- 
lying emphasis on the picture so 
you don't lose quality, 

Colourising as it's know in 
the movie business involves 
using the Tint mode and filled 
freehand tool to overlay trans- 
parent colour onto the image. 

The trick is to choose your 





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face; I had to whiten the 
eyes and add a highlight, and 
also strengthen the colour on 
the lips and shadow on the 
right of the face image, 



colour carefully from the palette 
selector, and try out any num- 
ber until you are left with the 
hue you want 

The nice thing about the 
software is that you can see 
what an effect looks like, then 
Undo it before it's too late. 

In this the example above I 
dyed her hair yellow-blond, 
made her dress mauve and 
added a bluish background. I 
added a deeper red tint to her 
hps, and used white paint to 
emphasise her eyes, Finally. I 
touched up the shadow on the 
face to add a little more mystery 
to the image. Who says you 
can't improve on perfection? 



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Brush strokes 

One fanciful idea is to incorporate well-known peo- 
ple into famous works of art. You can go from the 
sublime - Madonna as the Mona Lisa, to the 
ridiculous - John Major as Michelangelo's David. 

For this quick demo I chose to place Kim 
Sassinger at the heart of a Manet masterpiece. 
The physical manipulation of the image is identical 
to the Beatles example, with the exception of cre- 
ating a texture to the new face. 

The painting itself has a quality which makes a 

normal photograph 
imposition, such as the 
one with Kim, stick out 
a mile. It was neces- 
sary to add grain to her 
face to blend into the 
scene, Luckily 
Photogenics has two 
ways of degrading an 
image like this - 
AddDust and Add 
Noise. Using Dust at a 
low setting I was able 
to give her face a con- 
vincing appearance. I 
SlSO had to use Blur 
mode to smooth the 
areas where her face 
blended into the 
original picture, 
and this was 
done in magnify 
mode. An obvi- 
ous fake to any- 
one who knows 
the painting, or 
Miss Bassinger, 
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one I think. 







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More than a 
glove puppet 

My hero. No, not Robocop - Sooty- 
He's always been a favourite, since 
I first saw the little chap as a kid, I 
even own an original Sooty. For 
this example I used a photo of my 
own puppet, picked up at auction. 
which was taken in black and 
white, The image had to* be 
cropped within Photogenics and 
colourised. I also had to do some 
picture editing using Paint and Blur 
to give Sooty a neck. If you look 
carefully at the original image you 
may notice that his right paw 
obscures his neck. I used magnify 
mode extensively to get the right 
blend for this part. 

Once again the Compose func- 
tion allowed precise positioning and 
sizing of the Secondary image con- 
taining Sooty's head, A few min- 
utes spend airbrushing around it 
and I replaced the original head of 
Robocop. Mean or what I Watch 
out Old Detroit this bear's out to 
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Last month's cover disk was surely the 
best ever. Find out more about its features 
over the next few months, starting off 
with Cinemorph. 



©ine morph is an 
extremely powerful 
part of Image FX, giv- 
ing you the chance to 
create professional quality morph 
and warp animations. To load it, 
double click on the Cinemorph 
icon in the image FX disk win- 
dow. You'll need 4Mb of RAM in 
order to run it. These instructions 
assume that you have installed 
the entire image FX system onto 
a hard drive. Cinemorph will work 
on a floppy system in a limited 
capacity, but many of the fea- 
tures and demo files are only 
accessible from the hard drive- 
installed version. 

Morphing 
explained 

Morphing is the technique used to 
change the shape and colours of 
one image into those of another. 
Much as we'd like to get through 
this tutorial without mentioning' it, 
Michael Jackson's Black or White 
video includes some classic exam- 
ples of morphing in the section 
where a series of faces change 
from one to another. This is 
achieved by mapping parts of one 
image to corresponding parts ot- 
another. These areas are then 
moved, stretched and shrunk 
accordingly over a number of ani- 
mation frames. The result is an 
animation that shows the first 
image morphing' into the second, 

Getting started 

Once you've loaded Cinemorph, 
it's a good idea to change the 
screen mode from high res inter- 
lace to non-interlaced high res or 
low res, unless you have a flicker- 
free display and plenty of RAM. 
Down-grading the the screen 




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iilcHii-e mode. Select PAL law Res far (illinium RAM 



mode will save you memory and 
minimise eye strain on most mon- 
itors and TVs, 

Now you can load one of the 
example 'projects', Select Open 
from the Project menu. Select 
Dual. project or Small Dual, project 
it he latter if you're* low on memory) 
and click on OK. You'll be present- 
ed with two windows, in which 
you'll see digitised photos of two 
people. They're both covered in a 
kind of mesh. This mesh is used to 
connect parts of the first image 
with parts of the second. 

Click on one of the points in 
the left window, and you'll see it 
turns yellow to indicate that it's 
active. Look to the window on the 
right, and you'll see one of the 
points there has turned yellow 
too. These two points are linked. 
so that when the animation 
frames are rendered, the area 
beneath the point on the left will 
shift to become the area beneath 
the point on the right, The same 
is true of all the other points, so 
what you get is a mass migration 
of pixels from their original 
colours and positions in the first 
image, to their new positions in 



the flicktri*! 
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the final frame. This 
takes place over a 
specified number of 
frames, with the pixels 
moving just a littfe 
between each. When 
the animation is played 
back in full, the first 
picture appears to 
morph into the second. 
The easiest way to see 
how it works is to set 
the animation render- 
ing. To save memory, 
you can select Lo-res 
from the Render menu. 
Now select Render 
Sequence from the Morph menu, 
A file requester will pop up. 
Select a part of your hard drive 
that you warn your animation 
saved to, enter a filename, and 
then click on OK. The frames will 
then be rendered one by one, and 
saved out to the hard drive. You'll 
end up with a 
series of IFF 
picture files 
with your 
specified file- 
name fol- 
lowed by a ■ 
three figure 
number. This 
is an alterna- 
tive way of 
saving an ani- 
mation (as 
opposed to 
saving the 
frames as one 
big file). In 
many cases, it 
is the best 
option, as the 
size dimen- 
sions of the 
animation 
frames can 



Installation 
correction 

Then- whs .1 slight Hiistiikt' 
ill tilt* hard drives install, ■ 
lion instructions -given in 
tin- June issue. To install 
ftmtfftr FX {mid Citituttorph) 
unto your herd drivu, turn 
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Ht]p|>y disks in tin- tlnvr 
■mil hoot from tin- hard 
driut- Nuuu iu%<>rl tin? /m.ir/i 
IX iirciciraiii clis.fc (no. 10B) 
into .11 ly drive. Don Mi; click 
on the htutifu FX disk Icon, 
Mid tliuii <louhl» click i>n 
tins Install to III) m im Tile 
|Wi>i|ram and Jill ot its suu- 
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Liiuirchiuntl .mil irt»t<dh*d 
onto your hard drivn. Now 
M'st.'t, and you'll find the 
tm.ttftt FX (mil Cttwmorph 
l>i Digrams ntsidtmt on your 
hard driim. 



confuse programs like" Deluxe 
Paint, making them jump into 
strange screen modes. To view 
the animation, load the frames 
into Deluxe Paint or Briliianc&. 
With Deluxe Paint, use the Load 
Picture Option, and enter '8' into 
the box marked '# of Frames'. 

Do It yourself 

In order to create your own 
morph, you'll need two images 
with exactly the same dimen- 
sions. These can be in any of the 
26 formats supported by image 
FX. Click in the left window and 
select Load Image from the Cell 
menu. Select your first image, 
and it wiil be loaded into the left 
window. Now click on the right 
window, and load the second 




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image in the same way. 

Finer points 

Now you have two images, with a 
mesh overlaid on each. The key to 
good morphing is assigning the 
right bits of the first image to the 
right bits of the second. Faces are 
some of the easiest things to 
morph, as the features of the first 
can be easily mapped to the cor- 
responding features of the sec- 
ond. When morphing faces, it's 
essential that you match up eyes 
to eyes, ears to ears and so on. 
However, morphing two 
completely different obiects calls 



for a bit more planning. 

A good place to start is around 
the edge, Using the points around 
the edge of the grid, outline your 
subject one point at a time r 
switching back and forth between 
the images for each point. Once 
you've got the outline sorted, 
move in and pick out the details 
and features, mapping them to 
features on the second image. 
Continue this until you think 
you've given enough information 
for a smooth morph. After a few 
attempts, you'll find out what 
works and what doesn't. 

For finer control over the 



morph. you can add more points. 
Use the Add Row and Add 
Column options from the Point 
menu. Add Column inserts a col- 
umn of points to each window, 
directly to the right of the current- 
ly selected point. Add Row inserts 
a row of points helow the select- 
ed point. These can be removed 
with the delete functions from the 
same menu. So long as you have 
the patience, the more points you 
use the better. This will help you 
avoid problems like the girl's hair 
fading in the sequence above. ■ 

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Warping is like morphing, but you only need one image to start 

with. The image is loaded into both windows and the points of the 
mesh are matched up and moved as before, only in the second 
window, you move the points so as to stretch, shrink and contort 
the picture. When the image or animation is rendered, you get a 
distorted version of the original picture. This is how those bug-eyed 
effects are done, 

To do a single frame warp, select New from the Project menu, 
then from the Settings menu, choose Mode > Single Image. Now 
load an image as before from the Cell menu, This will appear in 
both windows. Drag the points around to line up with key features 
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Directory Opus 




Over the last few months we've 
covered everything needed to become 
an expert in the art of Opus. Now it's 
time for your questions and answers. 



You can bank on it 

A Mr. Blincoe from Devon called asking about 
button banks. He's changed the main buttons 
but has come across extra button banks in the 
configuration screen and wants to know what 
they are. 

This was covered in the tutorial on chang- 
ing buttons in the April issue. If you look at the 
normal Opus button bank you'll see several 
buttons have little ticks on the corner, This 
means that if you hold down the right mouse 
button when the pointer is over it a second 
button will appear. These secondary buttons 
are held in a second button bank, which is 
what Mr. Blincoe was seeing. 

Having a hard time 

We've had several calls from people getting 
completely lost when it comes to using Opus 
with hard drives. Firstly, to answer a Mr. 
Fiamid, Cumbria, Directory Opus is supplied on 
floppy disk, Files and programs are put onto 
the hard drive by using Workbench or 
Directory Opus copy commands, you can't 
physically put the Opus floppy disk into your 
hard drive as this will destroy your hard drive, 
For information on how to do this refer to our 
March 95 issue. 

The common problem most of you seem to 
be having is not a problem with Opus but with 
the names of your hard drives. When referring 
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was called STAR TREK you'd need to type in 
"STAR TREK". Without the quotes AmigaDos 
will assume the space marks the end of the 
drive name and get hopelessly lost. 

Multiple windows 

One caller to our office asked if it was possible 
to have several destinations for copying a file 
at once, For example, copying a file to RAM, 
DF1 and HDO in one go, Sadly this isn't possi- 
ble in DOpus 4, although a way around it 
would be to set up a button to copy the 
selected files to the destination drawer and 
other set drawers for you but you couldn't 
specify the other drawers each time. This abili- 
ty is. however, possible in Directory Opus 5 
See this issue for a full review on the new ver- 
sion and its capabilities. 

I need help 

This next question has stumped me. A Mrs 
Harwood. Shropshire, has asked if it's possible 
to create new help messages for buttons 
you've created. The text for the help files is 
stored in a text file supplied with Directory 
Opus and this can be edited. Unfortunately, I 
couldn't see any quick way of getting this to 
work with new buttons, If anyone out there , 
knows the answer drop us a line. 

CDXL playback 

Tim O'Brian, Dublin, faxed us asking how he 
could get Opus to play CDXL video files, 
CDXL was Commodore's version of full-motion 
video, albeit in quarter of a screen. This is a 
feature of the recently released InfoMexus and 
can't, to our knowledge, be done in Opus. 
Again, if anyone knows of a way we J d be inter- 
ested to hear about it, 

Top tip 

Cindy Long, London, gets this month's award 
for the best tip, Pressing TAB or Space when 
Opus is running will swop the active window 
between left and right. While the cursor keys 
will scroll the window sliders around. Nice 
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TUTORIAL 




It's time to be inspired! 
ProDraw is much more 
than a drawing program as 
you will see when we 

reveal how you can create some 

spectacular headings. 




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month's instalment of how to be 
an artist without really trying, I'll 
be showing you how to create a 
heading or two that will impress 
your friends and make your rivals 
green with envy. 

Before we start, a few words 
about using fonts with ProDraw. 
If you are using a floppy disk 
based system, you will only have 
a choice of the two fonts that 
come with the program. These 
are Times (PDI and Triumvirate 
(PD). If you have a hard drive and 
bought the ProDraw Upgrade 
Pack from LH Publishing, you will 
have a wider range of fonts such 
as those seen in the Screen 
shots accompanying this tutorial. 
If you want more information 
about how to use fonts with 
ProDraw, write to LH Publishing 
for a free information pack. The 
address is 13 Gairloch Ave. 
Bletchley MK2 3DH. 

The right image 

Now to get down to the business 
of creating some text out of 



some nice illustrations. Run 
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have Wireframe mode selected 
in the Preferences Menu. This 
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will remain transparent with a 
thin border. 

To start proceedings, choose 
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menu and use the requester to 
choose a bitmap picture for this 
tutorial. A photograph of a per- 
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nicely, Once the program has 
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attached to your pointer. Stamp it 
down anywhere on the page. 

Change the picture's size by 
first holding down the Alt key. 
Then grab one of the picture's 
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visible. Choose Fill/Soiid from the 
Attributes menu. The short-cut 
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ance. If you want to confirm that 
the fill is present in the box, use 
the keyboard short-cut of Alt-W 
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and off, 

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presence of this line by toggling 
Wireframe off. To remove the 
tine, select Line Weight from the 
Attributes menu and choose 
None. When in Wireframe mode, 
a line will remain visible so don't 
panic if it doesn't disappear. 

Making words 

Now create some text. Click on 
the Text tool and a panel will 
appear on-screen. Choose a Font 
and a size (96pt) and then enter 
200% into the X and Y gadgets 
next to the word Bold, Click OK, 
and then stamp the I-beam onto 
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the words CU Amiga. 

With the text selected, double 
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200% into the Y gadget. This will 
stretch your text vertically Place 
the text in the middle of the rec- 
tangle. Before performing the 
next step, make sure the colour 
of the text is white by toggling 



Wireframe off and back on again. 

Your task is to now join the 
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so that the text becomes clear 
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white. Select the text and then 
while holding down the Shift key, 
select the rectangle as well. With 
both objects selected, choose 
Make Compound Object from the 
Object menu. 

Move the combined text and 
box over the top of the picture 
and turn off Wireframe, This 
should result in the effect of hav- 
ing the image blocked out by the 
rectangle with the picture show- 
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By combining this effect with 
some of the other functions like 
Mirror and Distort, some spec- 
tacular results can be produced, 
especially if you have a colour 
printer to hand. ■ 
Larry Hickmott 



Upgrading your 
cover disk 

We've had a few callers 
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print from ProDraw. The 
problem most floppy disk 
users are finding is that the 
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which will run on the 
Amiga 1200 or 4000. Both 
updates are available for £3 
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Gairloch Ave, Bletchley 
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RAM upgrades/accelerator boards, 
the Blizzard 1230-NI and Viper. I am 
at a loss! Which would suit my 
needs to maintain games capabili- 
ty without compromising the best 
possible upgrade to maximise 
the A1 200? 

The alternative would be to buy 
a PC or Apple Mac, but how can 
an outlay of £1000+ be justified 
when I already have a perfectly 
capable machine? 

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Commodore 1940 and 1942 moni- 
tor. Or is there an alternative? 

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subscription but missed the 
February issue, how can I get a 
back issue? 

4. Would HiSoft's Squirrel be 
compatible with any of the expan- 
sion boards already mentioned 
and would it be a good invest- 
ment for future expansion? 

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would like to see more in-depth 
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more from them than from the 
manual - more please! 

Ian Swann 
Gateshead 

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month's issue). Because it has SCSI 



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Oh and some 
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huiit in you won't need the Squirrel 
It's slightly more expensive than the 
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the bases and it's far cheaper than 
buying a PC or Mac 

The 1940 and 1942 monitors have 
been out of production for a little 
while now. We suggest yt/a take a 
look at the Microvitec 1438. Many 
dealers stock it but it has no sound as 
standard so keep an eye out for offers 
which include speakers. 

No February issue? Tut, tat. 
Missing an issue is a serious offence. 
Sadly, you are out of luck where back 
Issues are concerned. February was 
our fastest selling back issue ever and 
was out of stock in days. 

Terminal 
attraction 

Is there anyway 
to connect a 
Tan data Td2500 to 
my A1 200? The 
Tandata is a key- 
board with a built 
in modem which was used as a 
link from home to the mainframe 
at work. I am wondering if there is 
any way to rig up a cable and 
access the modem inside the 
Tandata using my Amiga. I know 
the modem will be slow as the 
machine is quite old but it would 
Still enable to me aqcess to 
bulletin boards. 

I'm glad to see that E scorn 
have bought Commodore. I hope 
they sell the Amiga for a long time 
to come. Long five the Amiga. 

Matthew Key 
Brixham 

Had news I'm afraid Matthew. 
Looking at the diagram you sent of 
the Tandata's ports there doesn't 
appear to be a way of connecting i t 
to your Amiga. 

However, this is almost certainly a 
blessing in disguise. The Td25QQ's 
modem is old and slow and so your 
phone bills would be astronomical. 
It's far better that you budget the 
money and save up to buy a 14400 



ANDY 
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(or faster) modem. In the long run 
it'll save you money. 

probs 

I have an A12QG 
with a 120Mb 
hard drive which 
I've had for over a 
year with no 
problems. I 
recently did a spot Of Spring 
cleaning and reformatted it from 
scratch into two partitions, Now 
when I try to open one partition I 
get the warning Volume Work, 
has a checksum error on 
diskblock 31 100.' I gel no luck 
with 'Retry' but if I click on 
'Ignore' the partition opens as nor- 
mal. At the moment it is a minor 
inconvenience but I am con- 
cerned it may develop into some- 
thing worse. 

What action I can take? I am 
loath to format the thing again as 
I have a lot of data stored 

Gary Mackintosh 

Aberdeen 

There are two courses of action you 
could take, the first is to get hold of 
a disk recovery utility such as 
DiskSalv. This will help you to sort 
out the error but do nothing to find 
the cause of the problem. The second 
is to do the thing you loath and for- 
mat the disk again. This should be 
more effective in the long run. 
However, for best effect we recom- 
mend that you do a combination of 
the two. Use DiskSalv to find and 
eliminate the problem, then take a 
back-up and reformat the partition, 
Fairly drastic yes, but it's the best 
way to ensure your drive's integrity. 

Music maestro 

I've got OctaMED 
4 (from your 
cover disk) and 
plenty of mods 
and samples but 
what are the 
copyright laws? What if I want to 
make remixes and give them to 











my friends on tape? Would I be in 
trouble with the law? 

PS. If you print my letter please 
don't print the address! 

Tristan 

Somewhere beginning with N 

This question is a Utile tricky. The 
copyright on various samples and 
mods should lie with the originators. 
However, many of them are pal into 
the public domain which makes them 
freely ttsabte- The only way to find 
out with mods is to scrutinise them to 
see if an author is credited. Samples 
are trickier, if they're just instrument 
samples you are probably safe but 
breakbeats, lyrics, riffs and such like 
will almost certainty be copyright. 
Legally, we suggest that you only use 
those sample* and mods which are 
either truly public domain or which 
hare been offered for modification. 
In practice it in highly unlikely that 
anyone would even consider prose- 
cuting you unless you were causing 
them lost revenue or making a profit 
from the tapes. 

More X-CAD 

I am writing to 
enquire about the 
excellent tutorial 
on X-CAD. In the 
tutorials several 
references were 
made to books. 
What books? And when are we 
going to get some more tutorials? 
Also, when booting from my exter- 
nal drive a system requester some- 
times appears saying 'Disk has 
boot error' This only happens 
occasionally and only on my exter- 
nal drive, What's wrong with it? 
Steve Hawkins 
Liverpool 

The references to books were all made 
with the idea of you popping down to 
vuur local library. Thanks to the 
Dewey Decimal system, if you go 
there and ask for the following sec- 
tions there should be a few books on 
the subject of design: 744.42 and 
604.2. These are Technical Drawing 
and Engineering Drawing respective- 
ly. As to more tutorials we welcome 
reader's responses but feel that the X- 
CAD series has run its course. 
Getting a disk head cleaner from your 
local computer store should solve 
your drive problems. 



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fii At* 68030. 68882 

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M W bit RAM. ! use 
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1 When I try to use UghtWave 
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UghtWave crashes. Why? 

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virtual memory? 

3, While simulations like Dawn 
Patrol, Sim City etc, run faster with 
the Viper-2, arcade games like 
SWOS, Aladdin and Mortal Kombat 
2 run slower than an unexpanded 
A1200. Disabling the 68030 's 
caches doesn't do anything. Are 
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the 68000 and 68020? 

4.- Will there be a 68060 board 
for the A1 200? 

Si nan G urban 
Istanbul 

The only thing that we can come up 
with is that LightWave simply does not 
like using virtual memory. The same 
may welt he true of Final Writer, 
though it seemed to work when we 
tested it with VMM. 

Asa general rule Amiga programs 
are not designed to use the 6S036's 
MMV. Although Final Writer 
appeared to work we would be disin- 
clined to do any essential work using 
a memory manager. 

However, Final Writer shouidn 't 
need it as you have 6Mb of memory in 
total, which should be plenty. 

The problem with games slowing 
down is a strange one. I would be 
inclined to suspect that the Viper-2 is 
tit blame rather than the games. It's 
not that there is anything faulty with 
the board, it's probably just the way U 
has been designed to interact with the 
Amiga. Various hoards are not always 
compatible with, or will not optimise, 
every piece of software 

As to a 68060 for the A 1 200, it's 
very unlikely Fm afraid The board 
required would be too big tiifit. 
Maybe someone will produce an 
external version though. There Is also 
the possibility of using a new casing 
with the guts of an A 1200, which 
would allow room for an 660 board. 

Hard times 

Can you help? I 
have an A590 
hard drive and an 
A570 CD-ROM, 
both of which 
slot into the user 
port on the side of my Amiga 
A500+, but ... only one at a time- 
Is there any way that both can be 
connected at the same time to 
save swopping to and fro? 

Adam Norton 
Widnes 

Unfortunately no. It was a major foul 
up by Commodore that the two are 





incompatible. You couldn't have 
them both in there at the same time 
even if you were to build a special 
adaptor, as they both try to use the 
same circuitry. 

You could try using a SCSI CD- 
ROM drive with your A59Q, but then 
you'd lose compatibility with 
CDTV software. 

Iridy SOO 

+ f mt I have an old 

^o A 500 1 .3 with 
^* t Mb of memory, 
an Action Replay 
and an external 
drive I would like 
to upgrade to an Al 200 but I 
can't find anyone advertising 
them in your pages (perhaps 
because they are out of produc- 
tion). So, I have a few questions 
for you to answer: 

How can I run AGA games in 
my A500. I can hear you say 
'that's impossible', and I thought 
that too. but yesterday when I 
was searching through your 
pages I came across a tiny advert 
for Communicator II. It said it 
offered AGA graphics to older 
Amigas by connecting a CD32. 
Would I be able to run AGA pro- 
grams? Would it give me 2Mb of 
chip RAM? A hundred percent 
Compatibility? Are you going to 
review the Communicator II? 
Finally two little questions: 
What are the requirements for 
running Power Computing's 
Super XL Drive? 

Is there any problem with the 
3,5Mb version as it has com- 
pletely disappeared from the 
company's adverts? 

Rafael Prada 
Madrid 

All is not quite what it seems. The 
Communicator II definitely does not 
turn an A500 (or any other Amiga) 
into an AGA machine. Yes you will 
be able to run AGA programs, but 
only on the CD32. 

The A500 will never, repeat 
never, be able to run AGA programs. 
It just can 't do it. The only 2Mb of 
chip RAM you'll have will be firmly 
secured in the CD32, 

However, shout and jump for joy 
because now that Escom have 
bought Commodore you'll soon be 
seeing A 1 200s back in the shops. 
Show Escom they were right to buy 
Commodore by getting yourself 
an A 1 200 as soon as they hit 
the streets! 

In answer to your two little ques- 
tions, you need Kickstart 2+ to use 
the Super XL Drive. 

The reason the 3SMb version is 
no longer advertised is that it Power 



Computing have experienced some 
delays In its production. 

Compact 600 

I own an Amiga 



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? 600 which is con- 
% nected to a star 
i" LC 100 colour 



printer. Day in, 
day out I have 
been trying to 
get it to print from DPaint IV. but 
a system message comes up say- 
ing cant open printer device,' 
Could you please tell me why this 
happens and how to solve it- 
Even going to the printer drawer 
and selecting the Epson X driver 
on DPaint and Workbench 2 I still 
have had no luck, I have tried to 
print from Notepad on Workbench 
1 ,3, it works but it only prints text 
with the built-in printer fonts and 
not with the actual Notepad fonts 
- italics, bold, underlined etc 
Could you please explain what I 
am doing wrong and which are 
the correct EDS dip-switch set- 
tings for the printer to print with 
on-screen fonts. 

JackP 
North London 

The answer to this problem is a sim- 
ple, but not all that obvious. 
Somewhere along the line you've lost 
a file or two from your DPaint disk. 
Assuming that you are using a copy 
of DPaint, the two files you need to 
check for are hath from the 'Devs' 
drawer. They are: Parallel-device and 
Printer.device. The latter you are defi- 
nitely missing, the former you should 
make sure is there. You can copy them 
across from your Workbench disk. 

The problem with Notepad could 
be one of several things. The most 
likely one is that you need to select 
"Print Graphic" when you wan t to 
print foals. Otherwise, check that you 
have the correct printer driver select- 
ed on your 13 disk. 

As to the dip switches, Fd leave 
them well alone until you solve your 
software problems. Playing with 
them might exacerbate it. 



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Frequently 
Asked Questions 



Everything you should know about 
buying a secondhand Amiga. 



■ Q. Where 

an Amiga? 



can I buy 



I f\» Currently no Amigas are 
being manufactured, although this 
situation is due to change soon as 
the new owners get into gear. 
This means unless you find a 
computer shop which has been in 
a time warp, you will be buying a 
used Amiga. 

Most of the time a secondhand 
computer will work perfectly as 
long as the owner has taken rea- 
sonable care of it. 

■ Q- Which Amtaa 
models are available? 

I A~ The first Amiga was the 
A10QO This is not particularly use- 
ful and is best considered a col- 
lections item. Memory expansion 
is extremely limited. Don't think 
that an A1000 with loads of signa- 
tures inside the case is extra valu- 
able: it's not, as all AlOOOs have 
these marks. 

The A500 was the entry level 
Amiga and the first models had 
512K as standard and Workbench 
1 .2 or 1 .3. The A500 could be 
expanded to Workbench 2 or 3, 
and all manner of memory boards 
inserted to give a maximum of 
9Mb of memory. 

The default 6B00O processor 
could also be improved, with 
68020, 69030 and even 68040 
accelerator cards available. No 
hard drive or hard drive interface 
were included as standard: only a 
edge connect on the left-hand 
side of the keyboard. 

The A5Q0 was also released in a 
special A500 Plus form which had 
up to 2Mb of Chip ram and Work- 
bench 2 as standard. A very small 
number of hybrid machines (called 
the Plus, but with 1Mb of Chip 
ram) seem to be in circulation too. 

The A2000 has similar specifi- 
cations to the A500, with the 
addition of Zorro II expansion 



slots, These allow memory and 

hard drives to be added. The 
A2000 came as standard with a 
hard drive, and a UK variant, the 
A1500 came with two floppy disk 
drives instead. Both the A2000 
and A 1500 have huge desktop 
boxes with external keyboards. 

The CDTV is a suave black box, 
with the guts of an 1Mb A500 
inside. It has a single speed CD- 
ROM drive inside as well and an 
external floppy disk drive, mouse 
and keyboard can be added to 
give all the functionality of an 
A500. There is no external edge 
connector, although several hard 
drive and memory upgrades were 
sighted. The CDTV is now a bit of 
a white elephant, although at the 
right price it makes a cheap (and 
slow} CO-ROM drive. 

The A3 000 came in a box 
slightly smaller than the A2000, 
but with a 68030 processor avail- 
able in two speeds (16 and 
25Mhz>. There is an integral SCSI 
interface and a hardware "flicker 
fixer" which makes it the only 
Amiga cable of easily driving a 
standard PC style SVGA monitor, 
Memory expansion is through 
tricky ZIPs, but the Zorro slots are 
type 'III' which means there are 
plenty of very fast graphics cards 
about. The A3000 is definitely a 
'Best Buy' so keep a look out. 
The A600 took the A500 and 
repackaged it into a smaller case- 
It lacks a numeric keypad, but 
gains an internal IDE interface and 
PCMCIA slot. 

The A600 was a bit of a disap- 
pointment, and unless it was very 
cheap indeed ignore it in prefer- 
ence to an A1200. 

The A4000 is also hot stuff if 
you can track one down. It fea- 
tures the AGA graphics chipset as 
standard, along with Zorro III 
expansion slots, At the moment 
you can pretty much name your 
selling price and if you looking to 
buy one you need to be lucky to 



find one. If you do, it will probably 
be the 68030 based version, 
which you can upgrade to a full 
68040 or even 680S0 for the best 
part of £1000. 

The A1200 became the 
replacement for the A500 which 
the A600 never was. It features an 
68020 chip, the AGA chipset and 
can be expanded both internally 
and externally. It's a terrific 
machine but when buying check 
to see what memory is provided 
(the 2Mb standard is all right, but 
more memory in the trapdoor 
makes it a lot faster) and if you 
are lucky there will be an internal 
hard drive. 

The CD32 is the CDTV mark 2\ 
with an A1200 inside and a dou- 
ble speed CD-ROM drive. There 
are plenty of games available and 
it is possible to buy extra hard- 
ware to provide full A1200 com- 
patibility. However, if you buy an 
A1200 it is easier to add a CD- 
ROM drive to it, instead 

■ Q- What should I look 
out for when buying? 

I A- First of all, never buy a 
computer you can't see working, 
If the owner refuses to show it 
switched on, walk away; there are 
plenty of other computers for 
sale, Secondly, if you are upgrad- 
ing or buying a second Amiga, 
bring some disks of your own 
which you know work. 

Checks; switch it on (with no 
disk in the drive) and wait for the 
"Insert Workbench' prompt to 
appear This will also let you know 
which Kickstart ROM has been 
installed, Listen for the click of the 
internal floppy disk. If the keyboard 
caps lock light flashes several 
times, Or the computer doesn't dis- 
play an insert disk but crashes with 
a GURU or Software Failure mes- 
sage, something is amiss, 

Insert the Workbench floppy 
disk (a good owner will have a 
back up of their original 
Workbench ready, although you 
should always bring your own), 
The normal Workbench display 



should appear within a minute or 
two of inserting the bootable 
Workbench disk, whereupon you 
should find the Shell icon and 
open a Shell window. 

Test the keyboard by typing 
each letter and number. The func- 
tton keys won't do anything, 
although if the other keys are OK 
then they are probably fine too. By 
typing AVAIL from the Shell you 
will also see a display of the 
amount of memory, s0lit into 'Chip 
memory' and 'Fast memory'. 

Check that the mouse moves 
freely and the on-screen pointer 
moves properly, A jerky movement 
is probably due to a dirty mouse 
ball but if the mouse doesn't seem 
work or sticks to one side of the 
screen or the other then it's possi- 
ble one of the CIA chips is bro- 
ken. This could also effect 
a modem or printer (if 
you happen to have 
portable versions of 
either, it is worth- 
while bring them 
along to test}, An 
A 1200, A600or 
A4000 will be 
expensive to repair \ 
in these situations, 

A dodgy CIA will 
also stop a joystick 
from working, but the 
only way to test this is 
to load and play a game. 
game is the best test of ah. as 
it will also demonstrate the level 
of the Amiga's graphics and 
sound facilities. 

If, the Amiga is advertised as 
having a Real Time Clock, see if 
the time is correct when 
switched on (enter Date at the 
Shell or find the Clock tool). If it 
isn't right, set the time switch off 
and re-boot If the time is still 
wrong, the clock battery is prob- 
ably malfunctioning. Some kinds 
of battery can be replaced, oth- 
ers need unsoldered. Check to 
see if the battery has leaked acid 
in the form white powder: a pret- 
ty good sign that it has passed 
its use by date. ■ 
John Kennedy 











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Thinking of installing a hard disk? Already got 
one but don't know how to partition it? (Or even 
what partitioning is!) Let us be your guide ... 



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©veryone should have a 
hard disk. They make 
life so much easier, No 
more disk-shuffler's- 
wrist, No more terminally slow 
grinding as you wait for 
Workbench to load. 

A hard drive is the classic I- 
don't-know-how-l-ever-survived- 
without-it scenario. In the May '95 
issue we told you how to fit one 
to your A600 or A120O, Now we 
show you how to get a hard drive 
working properly with any Amiga, 
Indeed you may already have a 
hard drive fitted but you might 
need to partition or re-format it if 
its performance has been downgraded. 

The most important thing to remember 
when using this article is that you will lose 
everything on your hard disk. If it's a new 
disk this isn't a problem but if you are opti- 
mising an old disk or transferring it to a new 
machine and you have valuable data there, be 
absolutely sure to back everything up to flop- 
py first. If not disaster will ensue. 

The second most important thing when 
sorting out a hard disk is to get 
Commodore's HDTooibox program. There are 
other programs which will do the job but 
HDToo/box is the program everyone knows. It 
may not be the best but it is the most widely 
documented. Any good PD supplier should 
have a copy they can sell you. The other thing 
you need is knowledge, Without it there are 
some nasty hurdles that can topple you. 



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Amiga know that it has one resident. The 

HDToofbox program is there for this purpose. 
It organises the drive in a way your Amiga 
can understand. 

The first thing you need to do is get 
HDTooibox going. Easy enough. The disk 
should be supplied as a bootable Workbench 
disk. Double click on the disk's icon and then 
the program icon, And up pops a screen like 
the one in Figure 1. 

The second, very useful thing to know is 
what is printed on the the label of your hard 
drive, Before installing or replacing it copy all 
of this information. If you don't have it then 
carefully remove the Amiga's casing again 
and take down the information. 

Although you now know what your drive 
is, it's a fair assumption that the computer 
doesn't. If it does then you'll probably have a 
properly defined 'drive type', see Figure 1 . If 
the information on your drive matches what's 
in the window at the top of this screen then 
you're several steps ahead. This means that 
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the one entitled 'Chop it up", which is all 
about partitioning the drive. If you have any 
problems though, try coming back to this part 
again and changing the drive type; perhaps 
the hard drives's specifications are not recog- 
nised by HDToo/box. 

OK, time to plunge in, Click on the button 
marked 'Change Drive Type'. A screen like the 
one in Figure 2 should appear. It may not 
have the same text in the central window as 
mine, but it should have something in there. 
Now read the boxout on the opposite page 
headlined 'Machine Types', This will tell you 
what sort of hard drive your machine should 
have. If you have an XT drive then click on the 
box marked 'XT' at the top of the screen, If 
you have a SCSI or IDE drive then click on the 
box marked 'SCSI.' Easy, 

Being specific 

Next up we need to define the drive: your 
Amiga needs to know what the drive's speci- 
fications are. If you've got a new drive just 
click on 'Define new drive type'. If you're 
updating an old drive click on 'Edit old drive 
type', Either will lead to the 'Define/edit drive 
type' screen tike that displayed in Figure 3. 

Here you need to do a few things. Again, it 
may seem daunting but it's deceptive. If yog 
have an XT drive you'll need to enter those 
numbers you copied from the casing into the 
relevant boxes. Just click in each of the 
boxes and type in the data. 

If you have a SCSI or IDE drive then you 
have the easiest option of all. Just click on 
'Read Configuration from Drive' and let the 
software handle the pressure. Now all you 
need to do is enter the manufacturer's name, 
the drive type and revision. Assuming every- 
thing went to plan, click on OK. You can 
always click on cancel if you're not sure. Then 
do it again. 

Chop it up 

Next up comes partitioning. Wait! Come 
back! It's easy! Realty! Although partitioning 
sounds complicated it's a simple concept, 
Basically, sometimes it's handy to have two. 






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three or even more hard drives. Especially if 
you use your Amiga for work and play. Rather 

than having more than one, you can tell your 
Amiga to divide a single hard drive into sepa- 
rate partitions, which act as different hard dri- 
ves, and are known as DH1 or HD1, DH2 etc. 

So., if you managed to make it back to the 
original screen (as in Figure 1) and you want 
partitions, click on 'Partition Drive'. You 
should now have a screen like Figure 4. It 
almost certainly won't be exactly the same 
though. They never are. 

In the middle of the screen is a big bar. 
This represents your drive. There are also a 
few buttons. Don't touch the 'Advanced 
Options' unless you know what you're doing. 
First a word of warning. Every partition you 
create will eat 100K of RAW, It does this for a 



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very good reason: it acts as a buffer, but this 
means that you need to weigh up which you 
need more, partitions or more memory. If you 
only have 1 or 2Mb of RAM it may be best to 
only have one partition. 

Cut it in half 

As an example, I'll assume you only have one 
partition at the moment and want to divide it 
into two. The first thing to notice is the little 
bar under the big bar. There's a small blue tri- 
angle in it. Try moving it with the mouse. You 
should now realise that this is how you size a 
partition. So, move it until you get a figure 
that is half the size of your drive. 

Now click on 'New Partition'. A new block 
should appear to the right of the one you just 
resized. You can swop between the two by 

clicking on either side of the big bar in 
the middle. Make sure that the parti- 
tion names are DUO, DH1, DH2 etc. 
DHQ being the partition to the far left 
of the big bar. The reason I prefer to 
use DH1 instead of KD1 is because a 
lot of older hard drive installable soft- 
ware only recognises this name. 
Finally, if you're at all worried that you 
might have done wrong, you can 
always click on 'Cancel'. You could 
even use it as a way of practising 
before you do it for real. If all has 
gone as planned and you have the 
number of partitions needed, click on 
'OK'. 

Frank it 

If you are certain, and I mean certain, 
that everything is properly sorted, 
click on 'Save Changes to Drive.' This 



is the big one. It sets your decisions in con- 
crete. Make sure you have done everything 
right first. If. and only if. you have an XT or 
SCSI drive you should now click on 'Low 
Level Format.' But: DO NOT DO THIS TO AN 
IDE DRIVE! IT WILL KILL IT! The reason for 
this is that IDE drives store information about 
themselves on the disk. A low level format 
will delete this information and hence the 
drive won't know who or what it is. Nasty 
stuff. 

Finally click on "EXIT.™ Which tells both the 
drive and your Amiga that everything is ready 
to go. The only thing you have to do now is 
format the partitions. They should appear on 
your Workbench as icons (DhQ:? and Dh1:?). 
Format them exactly as you would format a 
floppy disk. They may take a while though - 
they're likely to be considerably larger than 
an 800K floppy! 

And that's it. The dirty deed is done. Easy 
when you know how. ■ 
Andre Digard 



WARNING 

The information contained in this 
article wilt, if followed, remove all data 
from your hard drive. Use it with 
caution (and back-ups). Please note 
that this article is intended as a guide. 
If you don't understand any part of it 
then leave your hard disk alone. We 
cannot be held responsible for dam- 
age or lost data resulting from this 
article. If you are at all uncertain then 
consult a skilled Amiga engineer. And 
remember: NEVER LOW LEVEL 
FORMAT AN IDE DRIVE! It will kill it! 



Hard drive compatibility with different amigas 

A3000 

It's a SCSI. Be warned thoughl It might be 
best to check inside your machine if you 



If you are purchasing and installing a hard 
drive, or you have a drive and want to parti- 
tion or re-format it, this list should help you 
through the Amiga hard drive compatibility 
minefield. The information here should be 
viewed as a guide and if you have any 
doubts about your machine show it to 
an expert. 

One of the things that can be confusing 
is that different Amigas use different drive 
types. Some use SCSI, others use IDE. Still 
others use XT drives. 

To help sort out what kind of drive you 
have check out this table: 

ABOO 

The most popular type of hard drive, and 
the only official one, was the A590. If you 
are at all uncertain what type it is then turn 
the case over (be really gentle with it, 
it's delicate}. 

There are two types of drive used in 
these peripherals: SCSI or XT and here 
should be a nice big sticker on the under- 
side telling you what kind of drive it is. If it's 
an XT then write down all the details from 
the sticker. 

Other external drives have been available 
for the A500, but they vary in specification, 



so examine them carefully There is also an 
external SCSI port on the A59Q. This uses SCSI 
hard drives only. 



GVP and other drives: DO NOT USE 
HDTOOLBOX!* Consult the manual 
which came with the drive! 

A 1 500/A2000 

These used the Commodore hard disk inter- 
face card which was either a SCSI or an XT, 
but definitely not IDE. The only real way of 
finding out is to open your Amiga up. It's a 
very easy thing to do, these machines were 
designed to be opened. 

If you're not certain, try to get someone 
skilled to check. There should be details writ- 
ten on the hard drive itself. You only need to 
write down the details if it's an XT drive. 

GVP or other manufacturer's interface 
card: DO NOT USE HDTOOLBOX!* 
Consult the manual which came with 
the drivel 

A1200 

The internal hard drive is an IDE drive. External 
hard drive; DO NOT USE HDTOOLBOX!* 
Consult the manual which came with the drivel 



bought it secondhand. There are several hard 
drive cards which will fit inside an A3000. 

Consult the manual which came with the 
card if there is one fitted*. 

A4000 

The A40OQ uses an IDE interface, Be warned 

though, like the A3000 it might be best to 
check inside your machine if you bought it 
second hand. There are several hard drive 
cards which will fit inside an A40Q0, including 
SCSI ones. Consult-the manual which came 
with the card if there is one fitted,* 



If you've got a CD32 and an SX1 then you 
have the guts of an A1200 and you're looking 
at IDE drive compatibility. 

"Note: Some hard drives, most notably GVP 
ones, have their own HDTooibox style pro- 
gram. Always consult their manuals befr 
trying anything with these drives. Using 
Commodore's HDTooibox program might 
damage your drive. Just to add to the confu- 
sion, some third party drives will use either. 













/ 




LITTER OF THE MONTH 

Walking the plank 

I recently treated my A 1200 to a 3.5" 
270Mb hard drive, a Viper 28 4Mb 
accelerator and a multisync monitor. 
However, I'm not happy with the 
software problems I've been encoun- 
teriiUf. All the serious prtigr.-ims h.-iv<? 
worknd fine but the ganws are a dif- 
ferent story. 

Originally I had problems with 
Rn.idkitl but a letter to Acid software 
sorted it out. Another game I enjoyed 
was Bantihi'v but riospite hnving an 
ItWtallattMl program it refuses to 
work. I wrote to Core Design hut 
they haven't bothered to reply 
despite my enclosing an SAE. My 
main complaint, though, is with 
Ocean whose PGA Enrn/uf-nn Tour I 
recently purchased - twice. The first 
copy I bought was faulty hut because 
Ocenn did not hnther to put an 
address either on the manual or on 
the box I have been unable to con- 
tact them. The second copy was the 
A 1200 specific version and does 
work if you can stand the 20 or 30 
attempts it takes before the comput- 
er recognises disk two which con- 
tains the copy protection. 

I have never been or will be a 
pirate but these problems make me 
understand why people do it and it 
makes me less sympathetic to the 
publishers, some of which are so 
confident in their product that after 
you buy it you can't contact them. 

Despite being pleased with my 
recent investment I am now begin- 
ning to wonder whether I might have 
been better off scrapping the A 1200 
and buying a PC. 

Ian McLeod 
Leeds 

fun* m egrtt with you *>n this one. Sadly, saint 
software houses art- still reluctant In make their 
games html disk installable ami doittf 
because of piracy is tout rubbish, l arte 
pirvtt wUi copy disks by whatever means and 
ihr\ won't worry about hard disi inxtafhtbility, t 
can't slop you from buying » PC, but consider 
the cost first - net fust oj the machine terft but 
the software too. The \migu is still much bettei 
ratal'. Your problem with Ocean is unusual, 

re usually good with customer support. It 
fou have any mote problems, caff their techni- 
cal kelptiae an 0161 839 9999 or fa* Hum on 



Welcome to our regular extravaganza of letters, 
Want to join the party? Write to us at Priory 
Court, 30-32 Farringdon Lane, London EC1R 3AU. 



Upgrade? 

I feel its time to put pen to paper to see if 
you can give me some answers: I am looking 
to upgrade from my A600 but to what? 
Having got caught in the A600/A1200 fiasco I 
am wary of the Amiga (I hasten to add I do 
love my Amiga and do not want to defect). 
However, with the future so uncertain, (I read 
the articles in magazines but they are vague) 
which computer should I buy. Do I purchase 
an an A1200 (which I had set my heart on }? 
If so where or when can I buy one? Do I wait 
for the A1 400 - or will this be mega expen- 
sive or a white elephant 7 

Alan Caton 
Northampton 

As far as we are aware the A 1400, in reality, is 
basically the pmduct of someone's overactive 
imagination. A new machine is by no means out of 
the question hut it has not been named or con- 
firmed by the Amiga's new owners Escom. The 
A! 200 has always been a cheap but effective 
machine to manufacture and own and they realise 
this, so you can expect to see rhem in fhe shops 
again soon - probably at an Escom retailer near 
you. It is stilt a good buy and i$ unlikely to be 
properly replaced for at least a year or two, 
though Escom may up its specification or equip- 
ment level later on in the year. 



Confused in Kent 

Very blOOmirY funny Why? I'll tell you ... I 
noticed your May issue offering ProQrew 3 
(Full Program), worth 200 sobs. Great! or S_Q I 
thought. I grabbed one and rushed home to 
try it. Transferred it to two disks. Switched 
off and stuck disk one into drive. Switched 
on and I now know what you already knew. 
It's not compatible with an A120Q. Nothing 



,»■ dare ii\> ihr pedis il p n Ji \ « jmt 
' \tr mliM ■ l«n mlk iH a shtrt iImIi 



U"t little chappie h«if! 



on the cover of the magazine or the disk 
about compatibility, but you stuck it on page 
12, Nice onel 

Throw disk 107 into drive and go through, 
OctaMED 6 demo. It worked. Batches! No 
luck, Check disk and it's 0% full. Try again 
from the start with disk 107. Still "sweet FA" 
transferred to the blank disk. 

Well CU Amiga, that's your last chance. 
Looking way back to GB Route rness up, yes 
I've been a reader for a long time, there have 
been many occasions that you have 'cocked 
up' and we suckers have had to purchase the 
following month's magazine, not because we 
necessarily wanted to. but to get some sort 
of fix or advice on how to get things up 
and running 

G Cook 
Kent 

Mr Cook, look at the cover disk in question. It says 
'not compatible with A 1200 and A4000' in a flash 
right under the title. Even if you take the cover disk 

off the magazine it's still printed underneath. As 
for the Bakties demo, if you had an A50Q your 
Selective blindness may have misled you yet again, 
as the demo requires 1Mb chip RAM (which is why 
it is clearly stated that bttth it and OctaMED 
require WB 2.0 or better - on the disk). However. 
as you have obviously got an A 1200 1 am mystified. 
We've tested it again here in the office, on every 
machine from an A500+ to an A4000, via two 
AI2Q0s, one with a hard drive and one without. 
and it works. Meanwhile our disk duplicators have 
assured us thai, no, they haven' t forgotten to pus 
Baldies on mags going to Kent. We try our best 
(and spend a lot of money in the process) to put fhe 
best software on our disks every month. Inevitably 
there is likely to be some compatibility problems 
but we are. in effect, a multi -format magazine and 
have to try to please most of the people most of the 
time. If you do fiuvf any problems with your disks 
(outside of obvious printed compatibility ones), 
don't get mad, get a replacement from the address 
on our disk loading pages. 

Music man 

This is not really a letter {it is you know - ed). 
but I would be grateful if you would print it. 
What I'm doing, or rather what I'm trying to 
do, is put a group of Amiga musicians and 
graphic artists together for a project that I've 
been working on. It's a secret project at the 
moment, all I can say is that it's not a demo - 
it's far more adventurous. Ideally I would pre- 
fer people from the Barnoldswick area ie 



BACKCHAT 



THE FAR SIDE 



By GARY LARSON 







"And ctown here we ke*p Flgrtty. ... 

We re atraid tie may have gdno mad-' 



Skipton, Colne, Nelson or Burnley but anyone 
may be considered so if you are interested 
please get in touch with me (Mark) after 7pm 
on (01282* 816531. 

Love the new look of the mag so keep up 
the good work. CU is the best mag on the 
market and I'm not just saying that, I've been 
with you since August 1991 and haven't 
missed a copy, the tutorials are brill but bow 
about another one on AMOS? 

Mark Morrison 

Bamoldswick, Lanes 



We all make mistakes 

First let me start off by saying that CU Amiga 
is the best magazine out. I've been buying it 
for two years and until now your tutorials on 
cover disks have been really great. At present 
1 am nearing the end of my City and Guilds 
level two Spreadsheet course and although I 
am working on PC's at the college. I have 
found it very beneficial by being able to do 
some work at home with ProCalc. However, 
what happened in the April '96 Issue?- We 
went from Tutorial No 5 (March issue) to 
Tutorial No 2 in the April Issue - a mistake I 
thought, but NO. What did we find in the May 
Issue - Tutorial No 3 on ProCalc - so what are 
you doing, I am now in the position that I can- 
not do any work at home as I've gone as far as 
I can with your tutorials So much for, and I 
quote from the March Issue, "Next month we'll 
create some useful spreadsheets and show 
how to use functions". 

When are the tutorials following No 5 
going to be printed? Is it possible to send me 
ASAP the outstanding tutorials before they 
are printed in your magazine so that I can 
work at home before my tests. 

Mir F Bate 
London 

Aggggh! Many apologies. Andy was writing about 
a spreadsheet package and we still managed to get 
the numbers wrong! As far the tutorials Andy asked 



us to point out that ProCalc is (as you hove discov- 
ered) very complicated. When he tries to do some- 
thing, anything, on it, a new can of worms is opened 
and he has to explain it. Despite the numbering 
mess, the tutorials are still sequential. The best solu- 
tion to your problem might be to get Andy to do a 
lengthy 'Setting Up A Spreadsheet' feature or tutori- 
al. Watch out for this in the coming months. 



CD32 betrayed 

I am a dedicated CD32 owner who used to 
own an Amiga A500, so I've have read your 
magazine for some time. One of the things 
that persuaded me to purchase a CD32 was 
your promises of a big and bright future for 
the machine in CD32 Zone. Is it just me, or 
has the whole world given up on the CD32? 
Even yourselves seem to have abandoned the 
machine along with CD32 Zone itself. So I 
beg you to bring back CD32 Zone and restore 
my faith in my investment. 

PS. Do Escom have any plans to upgrade 
the CD32? 

PP5 Are Escom related to German 
Software house Ascon? 

Roger McDevitt 
Pur lay 

Much as we would like to do a proper CDJ2 Zone 
in the magazine we had to take the decision to 
incorporate these reviews into the regular games 
review section of the magazine. Due to relatively 
low overall sales of the CDJ2, and uncertainty 
about the future, software houses are planning and 
developing little or no software for it at the 
moment. The best games out now are re-releases, 
apart from Virgin's Lost Eden. The best hope for 
the CD32 is in promoting A! 200 CD compatible 
software, which will expand the potential user base 
and encourage development once again. Escom 
have been very quiet about the CDJ2. Escom have 
nothing whatsoever to do with Ascon. apart from 
the ability to converse with them in their 
mother tongue. 



Calling Virgin 

I recently purchased Reach for the Skies 
which comes on three disks but I cannot gel 
disk two to work. My local retailer willingly 
exchanged it for another but the replacement 
is no improvement. Rather than obtain a 
refund I would prefer to contact Virgin 
Interactive, who produce the game, to try to 
resolve the problem, but they haven't put 
their address or phone number anywhere in 
the packaging or manual. Why such a 
respected firm has to hide like this I cannot 
imagine, but can you please help me to 
contact them? 

Lae Joseph 
Swansea 

Your wish is our command! Virgin Interactive can 
be contacted on: 01 SI 964 8242 or 01 SI 964 9161 
Also, we quite agree. It seems quite odd that they 
should neglect to put these details into the packag- 
ing. After having spoken to their marketing depart- 
ment, they do say that their address is normally 
included. An oversight perhaps? 



TEAM TALK 

All this talk of Escom 
... if you had wads of 
cash what sort of 
company would you 
buy? That's the 
question we put to the 
crew this month. 

ALAN DYKES 



Id buy mi airline company. 1 love the 
idea ol constantly being in transit, 
never sitting still, All ol my business 
would be conducted in the first dais 
bar at a H7. with the odd recreational 
game on my Amiga and a couple ill 
slipovers in Hawaii lo pick tip some 
sue and serf. 




USA COLLINS 




Vespa. I'd like te buy the Italian 
moped maker and paint ill their bikes 
pink This idea is based on Henry 
ford's 'any colour yoi waif as lone is 
it'* Hack' and Commodore's any 
colour as lane as it's plasticky aid 
not very attractive ', policy. They'd 
still sell if I got the price right. 



ANDY LEANING 




Hmmmrn. Andy wasn't around so we 
lh ii| M we'd answer this question 
far him. Andy would not BUY anything 
...he'd SELL something, He'd sell 
i ut! Move to a PC magaiine, the trai- 
tor, desert the Amiga just when 
things are getting exerting again. Bye 
I bye Andy. 



TONY HORGAN 




A record company No. two record 
companies. And a dub. I'd Form and 
front ait underground, indie label 
tnyseH and then buy a major and ran 
it without anyone knowing it was me 
at the helm, Id sell millions of 
records and promote then through 
my club. Or clubs Yeah. 



DANBY 



I'd buy a massive, international 
advertising agency. I'd sick all the 
haldy, art collecting, forty-some- 
things, who ca.a'1 develop a good 
idea between them aid harness my 
a maring design aid conceptualisa- 
tion talents ti make myself another 
incredible fortune. 



JOHN KENNEDY 

I'd need an awful lot if mtaev. bat 

Guinness PLC would definitely be in 
my sights. I would then develop 
something which has si far elided 
the great minds through the ages at 
Arthur Guinness' breweries: a pint 
that tastes as goad as it dies in 
Belfast- ill over the world! 





COMPETITION 












Sensi Fancy League 




fiViirtiii 




r£am 



The final results of the Fancy League are here at last. And we have 
a winner! Skillful Mark Theim from Skegness is the Sensi Fancy 
League Manager Of The Year. 



TONY HORGAN'S TEAM 

Tony's Spacemen United has done well enough this month, 
increasing his total by 83 points- it's still not top manager quality 

but at least it's better than Jon and Alan's performance. 



Player Name 



Hemwij Berg 
SltrtBtttH 
Normal MipBii 
kmrBW 

Paul EMCtif it 
Sial Ktyi 

SecrelariD 



Points 




TOP 50 MANAGERS TABLE 

Poor Ian Shaw. Last month he was probably telling all his mates that h& 
was the king, that he couldn't be toppled. But Thiemy's Wonders fin- 
ished magnificently after a very average first two months, for this Mark 
Theim wins an all expenses paid trip to the European football fixture of 
his choice. Although he didn't win overall, Martin Grierson's Misplaced 
Childhood achieved the highest score of the competition: 219 This 
brought him from absolutely nowhere to number 17. And yippee, the 
Glam Plastic Footballers made a comeback too. 




12a 



COMPETITION 



MATCH SCORES MONTH THREE 

The following are the full results of the matches played in the 14 
rounds of the third and final month of the Sensi Fancy League. You will 
notice that there are some surprising results. 



GOALS SCORED AND PLAYER 
POINTS FOR MONTH THREE 

Below is the total amount of goals scored by each player, their month 
three points total and the cumulative totals for the competition. 



HUM) 21 




Mameiadi 1 


Ajail 


TattCRlM 4 


GaLalasaiay 2 


AdtUco Mucin 3 


Rulers 2 


Santndaria 1 


River Piatt 1 


Manchester 3 


MaairJU 


AC (Mill 


Irverpanl 1 


Parts • 


Blacttara 1 


Najaya 2 FC 


Pint 4 


Juvenilis 1 


ArttMll 


Newcastle I 


Barcelona 1 


Uni 4 Real 


MiirM3 


1MB 11 




Ajut 


TitleikMH 1 


tklaUurtf 1 


KwiMI 


laager* • 


ilfdaria 1 


Diver Plate 1 


Atlelio Miaeiro 1 


AfMlll • 


HMNCkl 


Paris! 


livcrpetl 1 


AC Milaa 1 


Blatkhanl 


FC Pwlt 1 


Una] 


Barcelaaa 2 


HHdwilir4 


Newcastle 1 


Miffil 


iMllMnil 


Juvenilis 


nun 3i 




Adetict Mwteiro * 


A|»Z 


Samafaiia 1 


Cilataurif 1 


Mamaledi 2 


Ranters 1 


Tottenham 2 


Hivci Plate 1 


Mutiicli 4 


Newcastle 1 


Livarpaal 2 


Ne|BfB 1 


Jnveains 2 


Blacabaro: 1 


Bimtaai 1 


FC Portal 


Manchester 1 


Una 1 


AC Milaa 3 


Annul 


Paris 


Real Madrid 1 


ROUND 22 




■JHl 


Sampdoria 1 


Giittauiriinf I 


ItJelica Mineira 3 


Hinjers B 


Tottenham 4 


River Pitt* 3 


MaiMltif 


Real Madrid 3 


Mnnchl 


Laiic 1 


lnenjkal2 


UacUiiri 1 


brcclwii 1 


FC Porta 2 


AC Mlaa 2 


Manchester 1 


Pariil 


Nc|tvi 1 


Arsenal 2 


Newcastle Q 


JmiHi2 


Mail 




AjllG 


HajRtettff 1 


AimhI 1 


Galalistriy 


lM|Hr5 Z 


Newcastle 1 


Nrveir Plate 1 


Real Madrid 2 


Maiiclii 1 


■nankfcZ 


Li*«tpMl2 


J (marts 1 


Meatrrat 


UaddHra2 


PerisZ 


FCPtrtnl 


Tottenham 2 


Llitt 1 


Allelic* MirMtiio 1 


Barcelona B 


liampdriria 1 


AC Milaa 2 


ROUND 24 




Arse**!! 


tjul 


Galausirvr 1 


MaacbeHsr 1 


(teal Madrid 3 


Hauler? 1 


Nemtastlt 3 


River Plate 2 


Munich 1 


Tnllnnkaai 1 


lamHJHl 


Uverp aal 1 


Laiial 


BJickfeml 


■*!"■■». 1 


FC Portal 


JUWiMl 


alan*laai4 


Adelica Minein S 


Nein T *l 


Sarapdtri* I 


Punl 


BOUND 35 




Ajul 


Newcastle 2 


Galaiasatay 1 


Rul Madrid 3 


KiBJBR 1 


AC Milaa 2 


Riwr Plate 1 


Paris 2 


Mnotckf 


Neaayal 


llanaUtil 


Uirartdol 5 


UMdHtltr 1 


Blackburn t 


FC Purls 1 
TttiHhanl 


Arsenal 1 
^■■■ini i 


j !i • e m ii ^ i 

Adaliu Miaeiro 1 


brcekMl 


SamndorU 1 



ROUND 3f 




Rul Madrid Z 


Ajai I 


Newcastle 2 


tilatamtrl 


Paris 1 


Ranters ft 


AC Milan 3 


finer Plate 1 


Jl¥Hl» 1 


UwHcIKi 


Liicrencl 1 


A tletico Mineire 1 


Blackburn B 


Arssflalfl 


MnHfcMttf 4 


FC Porta B 


N*PT*4 


Maraelcdi 1 


TotteAhanl 3 


Barceleii t 


■VanWpiBTnW £ 


Laa*2 


ROOM 37 




A|ai2 


ACMilat! 


Calataurirr 1 


Mt4 


Ranftn R 


Manchester 1 


Arstaal2 


River Plate 


Mrniicb 3 


Iflltl 


Unequal 2 


Tntlinhan 1 


•tacfcnwil 


itntBdcria D 


FC Parte 2 


Newcastle 2 


Mamehdi 1 


Barcelona 1 


Addict Wawt 1 


Juiienlns 1 


hpr-i 


Real Madrid 2 


ROUND 31 




Pariil 


AtniZ 


AC Milaa $ 


Ealataunf I 


Anna) 3 


Ranger; 1 


River Plate 2 


Inventus 1 



Barcelaia 
Sampdoria B 
Newcastle I 
Real Madrid 2 
Lajit2 
Tottenham G 

Manchester 1 

MB 31 
Aju3 



Raljatll 

River Plate! 



livarpaal 1 
M—Hani I 

fC Pwtn> 
Arsenal 3 
Pariil 

AC Milan 1 

ROUND 41 

Juvenilis 1 
Gatatasara* 2 
RarceloM 2 
Latia 3 
MunirJiS 
Uverf eel 1 
1 



Newcastle 2 
Mttdttflirl 

MUM) <1 
Aili! 

Ealttauraa 2 
Kef via I 

River Plata 3 
Manick 1 
Nnweatda D 
KMUnrnl 
Sa ■nia'tnt 2 
JnVtRtlfS 2 
Real Madrid I 
Paris I 

ROUND 42 
Barcelona 3 
Lain* 



1 

Munich 2 
RulllearinD 




ffaaanji 1 
Calatiiaraf I 
Laiial 
laitthnH I 
Munich 1 
Winchester I 
RlacUara 2 

Inllenhani 1 

Sanf 4iria 1 
Newcastle I 
RmI Madrid I 



Aja>l 
N«iava I 

Rangers I 

Rivet Plate 1 
Saiaaieria 1 
Arsenal I , 
RtiUMridl 
FCPtrtol 
P»ris2 
Tnllenhaih 3 

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BamliiB 1 
Nanftrt 2 
Manchester 2 
AC Milan I 
Lnrerptal 1 
Adetice Miatitt 
FCPnrtnl 
Manehai 1 
TotteahaM I 
Arsaaall 



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CalatasararJ 
Jntmnl 
Rim Plate 1 
Parti 3 

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POINTS Or VIEW 




Brave New 
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Escom's 

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Commodore and 

the Amiga is 

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JTyTTi m unity have nothing to 
T^J^^M f ear ' n t ^ ie short term 
^(|^ and everything to gain 
from the Escom takeover. Nothing 
to fear because something, no 
matter what it is, is better than 
what we've had to put up with for 
the last year. And we have every- 
thing to gain because if the Amiga 
goes back on sale and clocks up 
impressive results then develop- 
ers, both hardware and software, 
retailers and the general public will 
sit up again and take notice. 

However, it all depends on the 
way things are handled. If the 
Amiga sells exclusively through 
Escom shops they will be able to 
put out a cheaper machine by cut- 
ting out the distributorAwholesaler 
middleman. But these very chan- 
nels have been strong in support- 
ing the Amiga in the past- Doing 
this would alienate an awful lot of 
UK retailers, many of whom have 
been the bedrock of the machine's 
support through thick and thin for 
the last ten years, selling Amigas 
and peripherals even after 
Commodore went bust. 

This depth of experience should 
not be shrugged off lightly. With 
Commodore's refusal to counte- 
nance third party manufacturing of 
Amiga variants, the various whole- 
salers (Silica especially) co-operat- 
ed with Commodore to create 
competitive packages which 
included more than just the Amiga, 
and these novel bundling deals 
made it even more attractive. 

A new Amiga 

Two weeks ago Manfred Schmitt, 
Chief Executive Officer of Escom 
answered a question I put to him 
about the Amiga's future in broad 
terms. He said that there was 
room in Escom's plans for a 
machine that was roughly one 
third the price of his cheapest PCs 



(currently in the 
region of £600, 
excluding VAT), he 
expressed an inter- 
est in the Amiga as 
a set top bos and in the world of 
cornms, he saw it as a cheap and 
accessible machine. 

But if that is all, then it will sure- 
ly fail. We need a new Amiga next 
year if we want to remain competi- 
tive. A new Amiga that keeps the 
spirit of the old machine', with its 
all encompassing chipset, its ease 
of use. its home-friendliness and 
its affordability. A new Amiga 
which breaks away from the 
Motorola mould and gives us the 
power, the operating system and 
environment we need to multitask, 
move swiftly and create. That is 
what the Amiga is really about. 

We've written 'till our fingers 
were blue about upgrading, and 
some of you may have thought we 
were talking tosh, just trying to sell 
more Amigas on behalf of 
Commodore. But get this: technol- 
ogy does not stand still, nor do 
prices, nor do the profit-making 
software publishers and hardware 
manufacturers of this world. 

Rik Skews said it in last month's 
points of view: if you like your 
Amiga, if you want to continue 
using one because you believe it is 
the best machine, you must 
upgrade. Then you must fill out 
your warranty form, post it off and 
tell Escom that you want another 
Amiga as soon as possible, a big- 
ger, better one. Waste of money? I 
don't think so. Even if Escom can't 
undercut the original £300 price 
point this still represents barely 
85p a day for a year of Amiga use. 
If they were to bring out a new 
machine next summer, and it cost 
say £400 you'd still have made a 
saving over buying a PC or a 
MAC now (since whatever you 
buy now for under a grand will 




be out of date by next year). 

Escom should be developing 
A4000 and A1200 replacements, 
they should support, technically 
and financially third party develop- 
ers, for theirs is not just a respon- 
sibility to the machine alone. If 
Escom wants to make long term 
money and if they want to main- 
tain the Amiga as more than a cult 
machine, then serious investment 
needs to be made. 

This investment can be paid for 
from UK or European sales, from 
Chinese sales, from development 
of the Amiga into other home con- 
sumer products, or wherever. But 
the investment must be made 
now, by you when the A1200/ 
A40O0 series goes back on sale 
and, on a larger scale, by the 
Amiga's new master Otherwise 
the PC. the Playstation and the 
Saturn will see us off sooner than 
you think, and while Escom could 
still profit from this it will be the 
end user, as usual, who suffers, 

All conjecture 

I may be worrying prematurely. 
Due to the wonders of modern 
publishing, what I'm writing now 
gets printed about a week before 
the first 64 or so pages of this 
magazine, so you may have 
already read all about Escom's 
plans, on the cover and in our 
news feature. As it is I am writing 
this piece exactly one week 
before Escom's Frankfurt press 
conference, and the questions 
I've raised here may have been 
answered. Then we'll see. In the 
meantime my typing has got even 
slower because my fingers are 
permanently crossed. ■ 
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